Becker's Healthcare June 14, 2024
Mariah Taylor

Kentucky has the highest cancer incidence rate, while Nevada has the lowest, a USAFacts report found.

The report, published April 22, used the CDC’s U.S. cancer statistics data visualizations page, which collects data from the Health Department and the National Cancer Institute. USAFacts used state cancer rates from 2019.

The CDC found that in 2019, the nationwide cancer rate was 450.8 per 100,000 people and the nationwide cancer mortality rate...

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