Table 4.

Incident and prevalent cancer counts†

Cancer typeIncident cancer counts‡Prevalent cancer counts‡
Breast210,465Breast16,034
Prostate97,727Colon7,459
Lung (trachea, bronchus)62,035Rectum and anus3,246
Colon43,395Prostate2,954
Melanoma25,672Cervix2,479
Bladder22,944Thyroid1,219
Lymphoma (HL and NHL)20,829Melanoma1,084
Corpus, body of uterus18,081Lymphoma (HL and NHL)1,066
Rectum and anus16,638Corpus, body of uterus962
Ovary, fallopian tube, broad ligament15,820Ovary, fallopian tube, broad ligament846
Pancreas14,536Bladder668
Kidney (including renal pelvis, ureter, urethra)12,730Lung (trachea, bronchus)640
Leukemia12,185Kidney (including renal pelvis, ureter, urethra)518
Stomach10,566Leukemia434
Oropharyngeal8,852Brain261
Brain7,962Oropharyngeal201
Thyroid7,261Liver and intrahepatic bile ducts168
Myeloma6,375Stomach134
Liver and intrahepatic bile ducts6,274Bone82
Esophagus4,985Pancreas75
Cervix3,874Esophagus64
Gall bladder and extrahepatic bile duct3,147Myeloma48
Small intestine1,924Small intestine30
Bone524Gall bladder and extrahepatic bile duct4
Total number of cancer cases634,801Total number of cancer cases40,676
  • Abbreviations: HL, Hodgkin lymphoma; NHL, non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

  • aTotal counts, from all cohorts providing data.

  • †An incident cancer was defined as a cancer diagnosed after enrollment into a cohort.

  • ‡A prevalent cancer was defined as a cancer diagnosed prior to enrollment into a cohort.