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Table 2 Adjusted women mortality rates in São Paulo, Brazil, by race and causes of death, from 2000 to 2017

From: Race disparities in mortality by breast cancer from 2000 to 2017 in São Paulo, Brazil: a population-based retrospective study

Year Breast Cancer All cancer causes Ill-defined causes External causes
White Black White Black White Black White Black
2000 17.1 7.4 100.4 47.3 37.9 23.1 25.3 20.8
2001 18.1 7.9 104.0 49.9 40.1 23.4 25.9 18.9
2002 18.4 7.9 104.8 47.7 38.9 22.5 25.3 20.1
2003 17.8 8.3 108.3 47.2 37.9 22.7 24.8 18.7
2004 17.9 8.6 106.6 50.2 38.0 21.4 26.3 17.4
2005 19.1 8.2 111.3 47.2 35.7 18.3 26.5 17.4
2006 16.8 7.0 101.7 45.4 35.0 18.8 22.8 14.3
2007 16.7 8.0 103.3 48.4 34.7 17.6 22.4 13.0
2008 17.6 7.4 107.7 45.0 33.5 16.6 24.2 13.0
2009 16.9 7.6 105.7 46.6 33.4 16.7 23.5 14.0
2010 16.7 8.4 101.0 50.0 32.1 16.1 22.4 14.8
2011 17.2 7.8 103.7 49.5 32.1 14.2 23.6 13.6
2012 16.3 8.2 100.7 50.7 27.5 14.1 23.7 14.0
2013 16.5 8.1 99.2 50.9 25.5 12.9 22.2 13.7
2014 16.0 9.2 97.7 54.7 24.6 13.3 22.3 15.0
2015 16.8 8.4 100.5 54.1 24.0 11.9 21.8 13.6
2016 17.0 9.1 101.6 52.7 25,0 12.3 21.9 12.9
2017 16.5 9.6 101.6 55.5 21.9 12.0 21.4 12.2
B1 (p) −0.10 (0.002) 0.07 (0.010) −0.34 (0.031) 0.42 (< 0.001) −1.06 (< 0.001) −0.75 (< 0.001) −0.26 (< 0.001) −0.43 (< 0.001)
B2 (p) 10.50 (< 0.001) 60.10 (< 0.001) 17.65 (< 0.001) 6.84 (< 0.001)
B3 (p) −0.18 (< 0.001) − 0.75 (< 0.001) − 0.31 (< 0.001) 0.17 (0.046)
  1. p p-value; (−) indicates a tendency towards a reduction in rates. Statistics by linear regression: B1, the slope or year effect; B2, the race effect; B3, the race vs year interaction term