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Table 1 5-Year Relative Survival (age standardized) SEER 18, Malignant Derived SS 2000 (Localized, Regional, Distant and Unknown Stages) Cervical Cancer in Black and White Alabamians by County, Includes Cases Diagnosed in 2004–2013

From: Racial differences in 5-year relative survival rates of cervical cancer by stage at diagnosis, between African American (black) and white women, living in the state of Alabama, USA

County Stage Number of women alive at the start of the first interval 5-year % relative survival The relative cumulative survival CIs lower & upper Number of women alive at the start of the first interval 5-year % relative survival The relative cumulative survival CIs lower & upper
   Blacks Whites
Urban Localized 223 72.7 55.4–84.2 1647 77.8 70.7–83.3
Regional 209 43.9 31.8–55.4 1204 48.8 43.5–53.9
Distant 97 a a 472 12.2 8.3–17.0
Unknown 21 a a 108 30.7 19.1–43.2
Black Belt Localized 94 73.2 47.4–87.8 1088 83.8 74.5–89.9
Regional 115 a a 809 49.5 43.4–55.4
Distant 36 a a 283 14.2 9.0–20.6
Unknown 14 17.0 13.8–20.5 100 40.7 28.7–52.3
Other Rural Localized 1025 83.8 74.2–90.1 7323 83.7 79.9–86.8
Regional 1089 49.0 43.4–54.3 5426 51.2 48.7–53.7
Distant 408 11.7 7.4–17.0 1959 13.6 11.4–16.1
Unknown 153 35.4 26.2–44.7 640 39.8 34.4–45.2
  1. CIs Confidence interval: The level is 95%
  2. a The statistic could not be calculated (The RSR could not be calculated because there was only expected percentage and the observed percentage was missing)