Module 2: Disease burden estimates - Cervical cancer - Incidence rates  

Disease burden estimates: Cervical Cancer, Incidence rates
Crude RatebAge-Standarized ratebCumulative risk (\%) at 75 years olda0-4 yearsb5-9 yearsb10-14 yearsb15-19 yearsb20-24 yearsb25-29 yearsb30-34 yearsb35-39 yearsb40-44 yearsb45-49 yearsb50-54 yearsb55-59 yearsb60-64 yearsb65-69 yearsb70-74 yearsb75-79 yearsb80-84 yearsb85+ yearsb
Latin America and Caribbean17.914.91.520.02000.203.8010.
Data accessed on 27 Jan 2021
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a: Cumulative risk (incidence) is the probability or risk of individuals getting from the disease during ages 0-74 years. For cancer, it is expressed as the % of new born children who would be expected to develop from a particular cancer before the age of 75 if they had the rates of cancer observed in the period in the absence of competing causes.
b: Rates per 100,000 women per year.
Ferlay J, Ervik M, Lam F, Colombet M, Mery L, Piñeros M, Znaor A, Soerjomataram I, Bray F (2020). Global Cancer Observatory: Cancer Today. Lyon, France: International Agency for Research on Cancer. Available from:, accessed [27 January 2021].

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