Complete Health Indicator Report of Cancer Incidence - Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
DefinitionChronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) incidence refers to the number of persons newly diagnosed with CLL within a specified time period. Measures include 1) the number of newly diagnosed CLL cases; and 2) age-adjusted CLL incidence rates (adjusted by the direct method to the 2000 US standard population). Rates are expressed per 100,000 persons.
NumeratorThe number of CLL cases newly diagnosed in New Mexico residents within a specified time period. The data are based on the National Cancer Institute's Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) program incidence site recodes for CLL: 35012 (chronic lymphocytic leukemia). http://seer.cancer.gov/siterecode/
DenominatorThe estimated population of New Mexico residents within a specified time period.
Why Is This Important?Leukemia is a cancer of the blood-forming cells that affects both adults and children. Leukemia is the most common form of cancer diagnosed in children and adolescents, and often arises very rapidly over a short period (acute form). Chronic lymphocytic leukemia is more common among adults, and causes the bone marrow to make too many lymphocytes (a type of white blood cell). Chronic lymphocytic leukemia and 15% of all leukemias in adults. Each year, chronic lymphocytic leukemia accounts for just over 1% of all new cancer cases and less than 1% of all cancer deaths in the U.S. This equates to 8,220 cases and 1,070 deaths annually. The five-year survival rate is 83.2%. New Mexico has averaged 113 new cases of chronic lymphocytic leukemia each year between 2010 and 2015. Rates have remained relatively stable in New Mexico over time, which is consistent with national trends. The causes of leukemia are not well understood, but appear to involve a combination of hereditary and environmental factors.
Other ObjectivesCDC Environmental Public Health Tracking, Nationally Consistent Data and Measures (EPHT NCDM)
Graphical Data Views
Incidence of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia - Age-adjusted Rate per 100,000 Population by County, New Mexico 2011-2015
|County||Cases per 100,000 Population, Age-adjusted||Lower Limit||Upper Limit||Note||Numer- ator||Denom- inator|
Record Count: 34
|Catron||5.3||0.0||12.8||Warning, value is very unstable||2||18,435|
|Cibola||2.2||0.0||4.7||Warning, value is very unstable||3||137,152|
|Colfax||2.5||0.0||5.3||Warning, value is very unstable||3||66,550|
|De Baca||0.0||0.0||34.7||Warning, value is unstable||0||9,788|
|Eddy||2.3||0.6||4.0||Warning, value is unstable||7||278,485|
|Grant||5.4||1.7||9.0||Warning, value is unstable||11||146,532|
|Guadalupe||3.4||0.0||9.9||Warning, value is very unstable||1||22,923|
|Harding||**||Warning, value is very unstable||3,456|
|Hidalgo||7.9||0.0||16.9||Warning, value is very unstable||3||23,447|
|Lea||3.1||1.0||5.1||Warning, value is unstable||9||339,602|
|Los Alamos||9.6||3.5||15.6||Warning, value is unstable||10||89,968|
|Luna||4.7||1.6||7.8||Warning, value is unstable||9||124,464|
|McKinley||1.9||0.4||3.4||Warning, value is unstable||6||370,246|
|Mora||4.5||0.0||10.7||Warning, value is very unstable||2||23,960|
|Quay||3.9||0.0||8.4||Warning, value is very unstable||3||43,736|
|Rio Arriba||4.0||1.5||6.5||Warning, value is unstable||10||199,982|
|Roosevelt||4.3||0.1||8.4||Warning, value is very unstable||4||100,662|
|Sandoval||1.7||0.7||2.7||Warning, value is unstable||11||650,875|
|San Juan||5.2||2.0||8.3||Warning, value is unstable||11||143,791|
|Sierra||3.6||0.4||6.8||Warning, value is unstable||5||58,311|
|Socorro||9.0||3.3||14.7||Warning, value is unstable||10||88,354|
|Torrance||6.2||1.5||10.9||Warning, value is unstable||7||79,740|
|Union||0.0||0.0||15.2||Warning, value is unstable||0||22,343|
Data NotesData have been age-adjusted to the U.S. 2000 standard population. **The count or rate in certain cells of the table has been suppressed either because 1) the observed number of events is very small and not appropriate for publication, or 2) it could be used to calculate the number in a cell that has been suppressed. For survey queries, percentages calculated from fewer than 50 survey responses are suppressed.
- Numerator: The New Mexico Tumor Registry, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, http://hsc.unm.edu/som/nmtr/.
- New Mexico Population Estimates: University of New Mexico, Geospatial and Population Studies (GPS) Program, http://gps.unm.edu/.
More Resources and LinksEvidence-based community health improvement ideas and interventions may be found at the following sites:
Additional indicator data by state and county may be found on these Websites:
- CDC's Prevention Status Reports for all 50 states
- CDC WONDER's DATA2020 data search tool.
- County Health Rankings
- Kaiser Family Foundation's StateHealthFacts.org
Medical literature can be queried at the PubMed website.
Page Content Updated On 01/30/2019, Published on 05/16/2019