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Cancer is a common disease that has no single cause or simple cure. The lifetime risk of developing or dying from cancer is one out of three in the United States. In Oregon, approximately 20,000 people are newly diagnosed annually with an invasive cancer. As a state, Oregon address cancer through a variety of approaches that include cancer prevention, early detection and survivorship.
 
Counts reported in the below tables include a "total" that may not add up to the male and female combined counts as there are other gender categories included. In addition, all the cancer sites reported include cancers that have spread beyond the layer of tissue of origin (i.e., invasive cancers) except for the urinary bladder, which includes both cancers confined to the original site (in situ) and those that spread beyond (invasive).  
 
Read Understanding OSCaR Data to learn about current methods used in the data analysis of cancer in Oregon.

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 Annual diagnoses and deaths 2010-2014

Includes new cancer diagnosis rates and counts for the most common cancers, screenable cancers, and selected rare cancers with environmental concerns. This includes breast, lung and bronchus, prostate, colorectal, melanoma of the skin and other cancers.
Includes the death rates and counts for the most common cancers, screenable cancers, and selected rare cancers with environmental concerns. 

New diagnoses and deaths by race and ethnicity 2010-2014

  Includes new cancer diagnosis rates and counts for the most common cancers. This includes breast, lung and bronchus, prostate,    colorectal and melanoma of the skin.  
   Includes the death rates and counts for the most common cancers. 

County level annual diagnoses and deaths, 2010-2014  

Includes new cases and deaths among Oregonians from all cancers, colorectal cancer, female breast cancer, lung cancer, melanoma of the skin cancer, and prostate cancer.

Older Oregon cancer reports 

2011
 
2010 

CD Summary Newsletters 

The CD Summary is a publication of the Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division, and is distributed every two weeks. The intended audience is licensed health care providers; public health and health care agencies; media representatives; medical laboratories; hospitals; and other individuals and institutions with an interest in epidemiology and public health interests. 

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