The United States Cancer Statistics (USCS) are the official source for federal cancer data and provides information on new cancer cases and deaths for the whole U.S. population. USCS Stat Bites are a new way for you to get cancer data.
USCS Stat Bites give a summary of the latest cancer cases, deaths, prevalence, and survival data focused on a specific cancer. Summaries include the number of cancer cases diagnosed and the rates of cancer among men and women by age. Currently, there are USCS Stat Bites for lung, colorectal, prostate, and breast cancers. You can find out how these cancers affect men and women differently and get the survival rates. Visit US Cancer Statistics Stat Bites to find out more!