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Table 1.

CRC incidence trends among young adults (20 to 49 y) by sex and race/ethnicity, 1992 to 2005

Race/ethnicitynLine segment 1
YearAPC*
All races combined Men 10,913 1992-2005 1.5 
 Women 9,733 1992-2005 1.6 
Non-Hispanic White Men 6,748 1992-2005 2.0 
 Women 5,626 1992-2005 2.2 
Non-Hispanic Black Men 1,409 1992-2005 −0.2 
 Women 1,456 1992-2005 −0.6 
Hispanic Men 1,307 1992-2005 2.7 
 Women 1,250 1992-2005 1.1 
Asian American/Pacific Islander Men 1,284 1992-2005 1.2 
 Women 1,239 1992-2005 0.6 
Race/ethnicitynLine segment 1
YearAPC*
All races combined Men 10,913 1992-2005 1.5 
 Women 9,733 1992-2005 1.6 
Non-Hispanic White Men 6,748 1992-2005 2.0 
 Women 5,626 1992-2005 2.2 
Non-Hispanic Black Men 1,409 1992-2005 −0.2 
 Women 1,456 1992-2005 −0.6 
Hispanic Men 1,307 1992-2005 2.7 
 Women 1,250 1992-2005 1.1 
Asian American/Pacific Islander Men 1,284 1992-2005 1.2 
 Women 1,239 1992-2005 0.6 

NOTE: Trends were analyzed by Joinpoint Regression Program, Version 3.0, with a maximum of three joinpoints (i.e., four line segments).

*

APC based on incidence rates age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population.

The APC is significantly different from zero (P < 0.05).

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