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1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
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3<INDICATOR name="BreastCaInc">
4        <NAME>BreastCaInc</NAME>
5        <DESCRIPTION>cancer, breast, malignant, neoplasm, mammogram, mammography, breast cancer, female cancer</DESCRIPTION>
6        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>BreastCaInc.Trend</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
7        <TITLE>Incidence of Late-Stage Breast Cancer</TITLE>
8        <DEFINITION>Age-adjusted incidence rate of breast cancer diagnosed at a late stage in females per 100,000 standard population. 
9* ICD-O-3 codes: C50.0-C50.9 (excl. types 9590-9992) 
10* Late stage = regional (Stage 2-5) and distant (Stage 7)</DEFINITION>
11        <NUMERATOR>Number of new cases of breast cancer diagnosed at the regional or distant stage among females</NUMERATOR>
12        <DENOMINATOR>Total number of females in the population</DENOMINATOR>
13        <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>05/07/2021</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
14        <WHY_IMPORTANT>Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among American women.[http://www.cdc.gov/cancer/breast/ ^1^] 
15Female breast cancer diagnosed at later stages is harder to treat and is consistent with higher mortality.</WHY_IMPORTANT>
16        <HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE_NAME>C-11</HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE_NAME>
17        <OTHER_OBJECTIVE_DESCRIPTION>'''Healthy New Jersey 2020 Objective CA-11''': Reduce the age-adjusted incidence rate of late-stage female breast cancer per 100,000 female population to 43.7 for the total population, 43.3 among Whites, 48.9 among Blacks, 35.7 among Hispanics, and (revised) 30.1 among Asians.</OTHER_OBJECTIVE_DESCRIPTION>
18        <HOW_DOING>As of 2018, all original Healthy New Jersey 2020 targets had been met.</HOW_DOING>
19        <EVIDENCE_BASED_PRACTICES>Getting mammograms regularly can lower the risk of dying from breast cancer. The United States Preventive Services Task Force recommends that average-risk women who are 50 to 74 years old should have a screening mammogram every two years.[http://www.cdc.gov/cancer/breast/ ^1^]</EVIDENCE_BASED_PRACTICES>
20        <OTHER_PROGRAM_INFORMATION>NJDOH cancer resources: [http://nj.gov/health/ces]</OTHER_PROGRAM_INFORMATION>
21        <SERVICES_AVAILABLE_TO_PUBLIC>The [http://www.nj.gov/health/ces/public/resources/njceed.shtml New Jersey Cancer Education and Early Detection] (NJCEED) Program provides comprehensive outreach, education and screening services for breast cancer.</SERVICES_AVAILABLE_TO_PUBLIC>
22        <RESOURCES_REFERENCES_LINKS>1. CDC Breast Cancer Info: [http://www.cdc.gov/cancer/breast/]
23
24National Cancer Institute: [http://www.cancer.gov/]
25
26NJ Cancer Incidence Data: [http://www.nj.gov/health/ces/cancer-researchers/cancer-data/]</RESOURCES_REFERENCES_LINKS>
27        <ORG_UNIT_NAME>CES</ORG_UNIT_NAME>
28        <OWNER_USER_ID>mbaron</OWNER_USER_ID>
29        <STATUS_CODE>A</STATUS_CODE>
30        <STATUS_DATE>05/07/2021</STATUS_DATE>
31        <NOTE>2009-2012 data provided by Stasia Burger and entered by MLB 6/10/15
32Reviewed and OK'd by Stasia 6/15/15
33Reviewed and approved by Stasia Burger 8/2/16, 5/16/18
348/13/18 - updated HNJ target for Asians
351/21/20 (KO) - Revisions to "Related Indicators" (reviewed by Stasia Burger and DP17-1701 Leadership Team)</NOTE>
36        <SORT_ORDER>283</SORT_ORDER>
37        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
38        <MODIFIED_DATE>05/07/2021</MODIFIED_DATE>
39        <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>Status changed by: mbaron</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
40        <PUBLISHED_DATE>05/07/2021</PUBLISHED_DATE>
41        <HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE name="C-11">
42                <NAME>C-11</NAME>
43                <TITLE>Reduce late-stage female breast cancer</TITLE>
44                <FOCUS_AREA_NAME>C</FOCUS_AREA_NAME>
45                <OBJECTIVE_NUMBER>C-11</OBJECTIVE_NUMBER>
46                <DESCRIPTION>Reduce late-stage female breast cancer</DESCRIPTION>
47                <US_TARGET>42.1 new cases per 100,000 females (age-adjusted)</US_TARGET>
48                <STATE_TARGET>43.7 new cases per 100,000 females (age-adjusted)</STATE_TARGET>
49                <SORT_ORDER>122</SORT_ORDER>
50                <MODIFIED_DATE>06/10/2015</MODIFIED_DATE>
51                <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
52        </HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE>
53        <DATA_SOURCES/>
54        <RELATIONS>
55                <RELATION name="SystemFactors">
56                        <NAME>SystemFactors</NAME>
57                        <TITLE>Health Care System Factors</TITLE>
58                        <TEXT>Health care system factors associated with late-stage breast cancer diagnosis include lack of '''health insurance''' ([https://acsjournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/cncr.30722 Hsu et al., 2017]).</TEXT>
59                        <RELATED_INDICATORS>
60                                <RELATED_INDICATOR>
61                                        <NAME>HealthInsCov</NAME>
62                                        <TITLE>Health Insurance Coverage</TITLE>
63                                        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>HealthInsCov.Un65</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
64                                </RELATED_INDICATOR>
65                        </RELATED_INDICATORS>
66                </RELATION>
67                <RELATION name="RiskFactors">
68                        <NAME>RiskFactors</NAME>
69                        <TITLE>Risk Factors</TITLE>
70                        <TEXT>Sociodemographic factors associated with late-stage breast cancer diagnosis include '''race/ethnicity''' and '''marital status''' ([https://acsjournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/cncr.30722 Hsu et al., 2017]).</TEXT>
71                        <RELATED_INDICATORS>
72                                <RELATED_INDICATOR>
73                                        <NAME>Demographics</NAME>
74                                        <TITLE>Population Demographics</TITLE>
75                                        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>Demographics.Age</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
76                                </RELATED_INDICATOR>
77                                <RELATED_INDICATOR>
78                                        <NAME>FemBreastCa</NAME>
79                                        <TITLE>Incidence of Breast Cancer in Females</TITLE>
80                                        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>FemBreastCa.Year</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
81                                </RELATED_INDICATOR>
82                        </RELATED_INDICATORS>
83                </RELATION>
84                <RELATION name="HealthStatus">
85                        <NAME>HealthStatus</NAME>
86                        <TITLE>Health Status Outcomes</TITLE>
87                        <TEXT>Using data from SEER 18 (2009-2015), the [https://seer.cancer.gov/statfacts/html/breast.html National Cancer Institute] found the five-year '''relative survival''' for women diagnosed with distant stage (metastasized) breast cancer to be approximately 6% overall.  [Last reviewed:  1/27/20]</TEXT>
88                        <RELATED_INDICATORS>
89                                <RELATED_INDICATOR>
90                                        <NAME>BreastCaDth</NAME>
91                                        <TITLE>Deaths due to Breast Cancer</TITLE>
92                                        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>BreastCaDth.Trend</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
93                                </RELATED_INDICATOR>
94                        </RELATED_INDICATORS>
95                </RELATION>
96        </RELATIONS>
97        <INDICATOR_VIEWS>
98                <INDICATOR_VIEW>
99                        <NAME>BreastCaInc.Trend</NAME>
100                        <TITLE>Age-adjusted Incidence Rate of Late-Stage Female Breast Cancer,</TITLE>
101                        <SUB_TITLE>by Race/Ethnicity and Year, New Jersey,</SUB_TITLE>
102                        <PERIOD_TITLE>2010-2018 (preliminary)</PERIOD_TITLE>
103                        <Y_TITLE>Rate of Cases per 100,000 Female Population</Y_TITLE>
104                </INDICATOR_VIEW>
105        </INDICATOR_VIEWS>
106</INDICATOR>
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