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Table 4

Age-adjusted (to 2000 United States standard population) non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma incidence rates/100,000 people with 95% confidence intervals (CIs) by race/ethnicity in males

StateYearsBlack rate (95% CI)Hispanic rate (95% CI)White rate (95% CI)
New York (43)a 1995–1999 19.0 (17.8–20.2) 21.6 (20.1–23.1) 24.2 (23.7–24.7) 
New Jersey (39)a 1996–2000 20.7 (18.6–22.9) 22.0 (19.5–24.9) 26.6 (25.8–27.4) 
Illinois (44)a 1995–1999 16.9 (15.4–18.6) 18.9 (16.4–21.7) 23.1 (22.5–23.8) 
Florida (40)a 1989–1995 14.1 (12.9–15.4) 19.2 (18–20.5) 21.8 (21.4–22.3) 
Texas (42)b 1995–1999 17.7 (16.2–19.2) 17.5 (16.4–18.6) 23.9 (22.4–23.7) 
California (45)b 1995–1999 18.7 (17.3–20.2) 17.9 (17.1–18.8) 24.9 (24.5–25.4) 
StateYearsBlack rate (95% CI)Hispanic rate (95% CI)White rate (95% CI)
New York (43)a 1995–1999 19.0 (17.8–20.2) 21.6 (20.1–23.1) 24.2 (23.7–24.7) 
New Jersey (39)a 1996–2000 20.7 (18.6–22.9) 22.0 (19.5–24.9) 26.6 (25.8–27.4) 
Illinois (44)a 1995–1999 16.9 (15.4–18.6) 18.9 (16.4–21.7) 23.1 (22.5–23.8) 
Florida (40)a 1989–1995 14.1 (12.9–15.4) 19.2 (18–20.5) 21.8 (21.4–22.3) 
Texas (42)b 1995–1999 17.7 (16.2–19.2) 17.5 (16.4–18.6) 23.9 (22.4–23.7) 
California (45)b 1995–1999 18.7 (17.3–20.2) 17.9 (17.1–18.8) 24.9 (24.5–25.4) 
a

Black, Hispanic, and white are not mutually exclusive.

b

Black, Hispanic, and white are mutually exclusive.

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