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1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
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3<INDICATOR name="ColorectalCaInc">
4        <NAME>ColorectalCaInc</NAME>
5        <DESCRIPTION>colorectal, colon, rectum, large intestine, cancer, malignant, metastatic</DESCRIPTION>
6        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>ColorectalCaInc.Trend</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
7        <TITLE>Incidence of Colorectal Cancer</TITLE>
8        <DEFINITION>Age-adjusted incidence rate of cancer of the colon and rectum per 100,000 standard population
9ICD-O-3 codes: C18.0-C20.9 (excl. types 9590-9992)</DEFINITION>
10        <NUMERATOR>Number of new cases of invasive colorectal cancer diagnosed</NUMERATOR>
11        <DENOMINATOR>Total number of persons in the population</DENOMINATOR>
12        <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>05/07/2021</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
13        <WHY_IMPORTANT>Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer among both men and women in the United States.[https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/colorectal/statistics/ ^1^]  Increases in colorectal cancer screening (which can include the removal of precancerous polyps), have led to decreases in colorectal cancer incidence.</WHY_IMPORTANT>
14        <HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE_NAME>C-9</HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE_NAME>
15        <OTHER_OBJECTIVE_DESCRIPTION>'''Healthy New Jersey 2020 Objective CA-9''': Reduce the age-adjusted incidence rate of invasive colorectal cancer per 100,000 standard population to 39.7 for the total population, 39.8 among Whites, 41.2 among Blacks, 31.2 among Hispanics, and (revised) 21.6 among Asians.</OTHER_OBJECTIVE_DESCRIPTION>
16        <HOW_DOING>Preliminary 2018 rates show that the original Healthy New Jersey 2020 targets have been met by Asians, Blacks, Whites, and the total population.</HOW_DOING>
17        <EVIDENCE_BASED_PRACTICES>Screening can find precancerous polyps (abnormal growths in the colon or rectum) so they can be removed before turning into cancer. Screening also helps find colorectal cancer at an early stage, when treatment often leads to a cure.[https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/colorectal/sfl/ ^2^]</EVIDENCE_BASED_PRACTICES>
18        <OTHER_PROGRAM_INFORMATION>NJDOH Cancer Initiatives: [http://nj.gov/health/ces]</OTHER_PROGRAM_INFORMATION>
19        <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 colorectal cancer.</SERVICES_AVAILABLE_TO_PUBLIC>
20        <RESOURCES_REFERENCES_LINKS>1. [https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/colorectal/statistics/ Colorectal Cancer Statistics], CDC Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, 6/8/20.
21
222. [https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/colorectal/sfl/ Screen for Life: National Colorectal Cancer Action Campaign], CDC Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, 2/10/20.</RESOURCES_REFERENCES_LINKS>
23        <ORG_UNIT_NAME>CES</ORG_UNIT_NAME>
24        <OWNER_USER_ID>mbaron</OWNER_USER_ID>
25        <STATUS_CODE>A</STATUS_CODE>
26        <STATUS_DATE>05/07/2021</STATUS_DATE>
27        <NOTE>2009-2012 data provided by Stasia Burger and entered by MLB 6/8/15
28Reviewed and OK'd by Stasia 6/15/15
29Reviewed and approved by Stasia Burger 8/2/16, 5/16/18
308/13/18 - updated HNJ target for Asians
311/17/20 (KO) - Enhancements to "Related Indicators" (reviewed by Stasia Burger and DP17-1701 Leadership Team)</NOTE>
32        <SORT_ORDER>281</SORT_ORDER>
33        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
34        <MODIFIED_DATE>05/07/2021</MODIFIED_DATE>
35        <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>Status changed by: mbaron</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
36        <PUBLISHED_DATE>05/07/2021</PUBLISHED_DATE>
37        <HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE name="C-9">
38                <NAME>C-9</NAME>
39                <TITLE>Reduce invasive colorectal cancer</TITLE>
40                <FOCUS_AREA_NAME>C</FOCUS_AREA_NAME>
41                <OBJECTIVE_NUMBER>C-9</OBJECTIVE_NUMBER>
42                <DESCRIPTION>Reduce invasive colorectal cancer</DESCRIPTION>
43                <US_TARGET>39.9 new cases per 100,000 population (age-adjusted)</US_TARGET>
44                <STATE_TARGET>39.7 new cases per 100,000 population (age-adjusted)</STATE_TARGET>
45                <SORT_ORDER>120</SORT_ORDER>
46                <MODIFIED_DATE>06/08/2015</MODIFIED_DATE>
47                <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
48        </HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE>
49        <DATA_SOURCES/>
50        <RELATIONS>
51                <RELATION name="SystemFactors">
52                        <NAME>SystemFactors</NAME>
53                        <TITLE>Health Care System Factors</TITLE>
54                        <TEXT>Health care system factors associated with colorectal cancer incidence include colorectal cancer screening.</TEXT>
55                        <RELATED_INDICATORS>
56                                <RELATED_INDICATOR>
57                                        <NAME>FOBTSigmoid</NAME>
58                                        <TITLE>Self-Reported Colorectal Cancer Screening</TITLE>
59                                        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>FOBTSigmoid.Year2</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
60                                </RELATED_INDICATOR>
61                        </RELATED_INDICATORS>
62                </RELATION>
63                <RELATION name="RiskFactors">
64                        <NAME>RiskFactors</NAME>
65                        <TITLE>Risk Factors</TITLE>
66                        <TEXT>Colorectal cancer risk increases with age, inflammatory bowel disease, a personal or family history of colorectal cancer or polyps, and certain hereditary syndromes. A diet high in fat and low in fiber, lack of regular physical activity, obesity, excessive alcohol consumption, and smoking are also thought to increase risk. A diet high in fruits and vegetables, hormone replacement therapy in post-menopausal women, and aspirin use may reduce colorectal cancer risk.</TEXT>
67                        <RELATED_INDICATORS>
68                                <RELATED_INDICATOR>
69                                        <NAME>AlcConBinDri</NAME>
70                                        <TITLE>Alcohol Consumption - Binge Drinking</TITLE>
71                                        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>AlcConBinDri.Year2</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
72                                </RELATED_INDICATOR>
73                                <RELATED_INDICATOR>
74                                        <NAME>CigSmokAdlt</NAME>
75                                        <TITLE>Cigarette Smoking Among Adults</TITLE>
76                                        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>CigSmokAdlt.Year2</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
77                                </RELATED_INDICATOR>
78                                <RELATED_INDICATOR>
79                                        <NAME>CigSmokHS</NAME>
80                                        <TITLE>Cigarette Use among High School Students</TITLE>
81                                        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>CigSmokHS.NJvUS</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
82                                </RELATED_INDICATOR>
83                                <RELATED_INDICATOR>
84                                        <NAME>CigSmokMS</NAME>
85                                        <TITLE>Cigarette Use among Middle School Students</TITLE>
86                                        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>CigSmokMS.Year</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
87                                </RELATED_INDICATOR>
88                                <RELATED_INDICATOR>
89                                        <NAME>Obese</NAME>
90                                        <TITLE>Obesity Among Adults</TITLE>
91                                        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>Obese.NewTrend</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
92                                </RELATED_INDICATOR>
93                                <RELATED_INDICATOR>
94                                        <NAME>PhysicalAct</NAME>
95                                        <TITLE>Physical Activity-Adult Prevalence</TITLE>
96                                        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PhysicalAct.Year2</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
97                                </RELATED_INDICATOR>
98                                <RELATED_INDICATOR>
99                                        <NAME>PhysicalInactive</NAME>
100                                        <TITLE>Physically Inactive: Older Adults Prevalence</TITLE>
101                                        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PhysicalInactive.Year</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
102                                </RELATED_INDICATOR>
103                        </RELATED_INDICATORS>
104                </RELATION>
105                <RELATION name="HealthStatus">
106                        <NAME>HealthStatus</NAME>
107                        <TITLE>Health Status Outcomes</TITLE>
108                        <TEXT>Using data from SEER 18 (2009-2015), the [https://seer.cancer.gov/statfacts/html/colorect.html National Cancer Institute] found the five-year relative survival for people diagnosed with colorectal cancer to be approximately 64% overall.  [Last reviewed:  1/27/20]</TEXT>
109                        <RELATED_INDICATORS>
110                                <RELATED_INDICATOR>
111                                        <NAME>ColorectCaDth</NAME>
112                                        <TITLE>Deaths due to Colorectal Cancer</TITLE>
113                                        <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>ColorectCaDth.Trend</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
114                                </RELATED_INDICATOR>
115                        </RELATED_INDICATORS>
116                </RELATION>
117        </RELATIONS>
118        <INDICATOR_VIEWS>
119                <INDICATOR_VIEW>
120                        <NAME>ColorectalCaInc.Trend</NAME>
121                        <TITLE>Age-adjusted Incidence Rate of Invasive Colorectal Cancer,</TITLE>
122                        <SUB_TITLE>by Race/Ethnicity and Year, New Jersey,</SUB_TITLE>
123                        <PERIOD_TITLE>2010-2018 (preliminary)</PERIOD_TITLE>
124                        <Y_TITLE>Rate of Cases per 100,000 Population</Y_TITLE>
125                </INDICATOR_VIEW>
126        </INDICATOR_VIEWS>
127</INDICATOR>
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