U.S.: Cancer mortality by ethnicity and educational attainment

This statistic shows cancer mortality rates in the U.S. in 2011, by ethnicity and educational attainment. 214.4 African-American males with less than 12 years of education per 100,000 inhabitants died of cancer.

Number of cancer deaths in the U.S. by ethnic group and educational attainment 2001

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Release date

October 2009


United States

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* Data are for individuals who died at the age of 25-64 years, in terms of population numbers from the year 2000.

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