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Table 3 Tumor stage distribution by chronological year, 2000–2012

From: Trends in incidence, mortality and survival in women with breast cancer from 1985 to 2012 in Granada, Spain: a population-based study

Year I II III IV Unknown Total
2000 104 (30.6%) 144 (42.4%) 54 (15.6%) 22 (6.5%) 17 (5.0%) 341
2001 102 (29.7%) 152 (44.3%) 64 (18.7%) 15 (4.4%) 10 (2.9%) 343
2002 111 (28.0%) 173 (43.6%) 71 (17.9%) 24 (6.0%) 18 (4.5%) 397
2003 94 (28.8%) 125 (38.4%) 70 (21.7%) 18 (5.6%) 18 (5.6%) 325
2004 115 (33.7%) 137 (39.9%) 62 (17.8%) 17 (4.4%) 14 (4.1%) 345
2005 119 (34.7%) 134 (39.1%) 57 (16.6%) 23 (6.7%) 10 (2.9%) 343
2006 127 (32.6%) 148 (38.0%) 87 (22.4%) 14 (3.6%) 13 (3.3%) 389
2007 133 (32.4%) 155 (37.8%) 85 (20.7%) 20 (4.9%) 17 (4.1%) 410
2008 154 (36.9%) 165 (39.8%) 70 (16.9%) 13 (3.1%) 14 (3.4%) 416
2009 204 (41.5%) 192 (39.1%) 69 (13.9%) 16 (3.1%) 12 (2.5%) 493
2010 174 (41.8%) 134 (32.2%) 70 (16.9%) 18 (4.5%) 19 (4.5%) 415
2011 175 (37.8%) 168 (36.6%) 77 (17.0%) 31 (6.9%) 8 (1.7%) 459
2012 180 (40.5%) 171 (38.3%) 75 (16.9%) 12 (2.9%) 6 (1.3%) 444
Overall 1792 (35.0%) 1998 (39.0%) 911 (17.8%) 243 (4.8%) 176 (3.4%) 5120
  1. Number and percentage of breast cancer cases according to tumor stage and chronological year in 2000–2012. Percentages are rounded. Population: 463816 women residing in Granada province (Source: 2011 population census for Granada, Statistics and Cartography Institute of Andalusia)