Female Breast Cancer, Stage of Disease at Diagnosis by Year, Mississippi, 2003-2010
2003^
Stage at Diagnosis White Females Black Females
In Situ 17.9% 14.5%
Localized 48.6% 38.2%
Regional 24.1% 33.8%
Distant 3.2% 5.8%
Unknown 6.2% 7.7%
2004
Stage at Diagnosis White Females Black Females
In Situ 15.4% 16.3%
Localized 48.3% 37.6%
Regional 29.1% 34.7%
Distant 3.8% 6.5%
Unknown 3.4% 4.9%
2005
Stage at Diagnosis White Females Black Females
In Situ 16.0% 14.3%
Localized 48.0% 39.4%
Regional 28.5% 34.4%
Distant 4.7% 6.0%
Unknown 2.8% 5.9%
2006
Stage at Diagnosis White Females Black Females
In Situ 15.4% 14.1%
Localized 47.3% 39.5%
Regional 29.0% 35.4%
Distant 5.3% 8.1%
Unknown 3.1% 2.9%
2007
Stage at Diagnosis White Females Black Females
In Situ 17.8% 15.3%
Localized 47.4% 41.4%
Regional 26.3% 30.9%
Distant 5.2% 8.9%
Unknown 3.3% 3.4%
2008
Stage at Diagnosis White Females Black Females
In Situ 15.0% 14.1%
Localized 52.7% 40.7%
Regional 25.8% 32.7%
Distant 3.9% 9.2%
Unknown 2.6% 3.4%
2009
Stage at Diagnosis White Females Black Females
In Situ 17.1% 15.8%
Localized 50.7% 41.6%
Regional 26.0% 31.4%
Distant 4.3% 7.5%
Unknown 1.9% 3.7%
2010
Stage at Diagnosis White Females Black Females
In Situ 17.5% 18.3%
Localized 51.9% 39.0%
Regional 24.0% 33.8%
Distant 4.8% 6.8%
Unknown 1.7% 2.2%
^Use caution when comparing 2003 data to later years.  The staging system changed between 2003 and 2004.
These data were collected by the Mississippi Cancer Registry which participates in the
National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR) of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
These data were generated and posted on 04/30/2013.