Table 3: Incidence rates and annual percentage changes in rates for prostate cancer by cancer stage and grade, US men, 2004–2007.

Count%Rate195% CIAPC95% CI

Total2751,565100.0145.3144.9145.6 1.9 −3.4 7.5
Stage3
 Localized613,17081.6118.7118.4119.0 2.3 −3.2 8.1
 Regional75,41210.013.713.613.8 1.8 −4.5 8.6
 Distant23,4553.14.84.74.9−3.2−8.0 1.8
 Unstaged39,5035.38.18.08.2−0.2−1.6 1.1
Grade
 Well differentiated8,6181.11.71.71.7−25.5−29.5−21.2
 Moderately differentiated368,48249.070.370.070.5−1.8−6.6 3.2
 Poorly differentiated348,42646.468.067.868.2 6.8 1.3 12.7
 Undifferentiated, anaplastic3,2120.40.60.60.7 1.0 −7.3 9.9
 Unknown22,8273.04.74.64.7 1.1 −9.3 12.6
Localized
 Well differentiated7,7141.31.51.51.6−24.5−26.4−22.5
 Moderately differentiated333,62554.463.763.463.9−1.3−6.1 3.7
 Poorly differentiated259,71942.451.150.951.3 8.0 2.0 14.3
 Undifferentiated, anaplastic1,9390.30.40.40.4 6.3 −5.5 19.7
 Unknown10,1731.72.02.02.1 0.2 −16.0 19.6
Regional
 Well differentiated2100.30.00.00.0−23.8−42.3 0.7
 Moderately differentiated16,44921.82.92.93.0−10.9−17.6−3.8
 Poorly differentiated57,50676.310.510.410.6 6.1 0.6 11.8
 Undifferentiated, anaplastic6560.90.10.10.1−6.7−21.4 10.7
 Unknown5910.80.10.10.1−6.8−32.1 28.0
Distant
 Well differentiated950.40.00.00.0−13.7−46.2 38.3
 Moderately differentiated1,9038.10.40.40.4−18.6−28.2−7.8
 Poorly differentiated17,37674.13.53.53.6−1.6−6.6 3.7
 Undifferentiated, anaplastic4511.90.10.10.1−8.2−30.0 20.5
 Unknown3,63015.50.80.70.8−1.4−10.2 8.4
Unstaged
 Well differentiated5991.50.10.10.1−38.7−60.4−4.9
 Moderately differentiated16,48841.73.33.23.3−1.0−2.4 0.4
 Poorly differentiated13,81835.02.92.82.9 0.4 −2.7 3.7
 Undifferentiated, anaplastic1660.40.00.00.0−5.0−35.0 38.8
 Unknown8,43221.31.81.71.8 3.6 −5.4 13.4

APC: annual percentage change, CI: confidence interval.
1Rates are per 100,000 men and are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population.
2Data are from 46 population-based cancer registries that participate in the National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR) and/or the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) Program and meet high quality data criteria. These registries cover 93.5% US population for 2004–2007.
3Sum of counts is less than total due to missing information on stage.