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Cancer-Rates.info/NJ, New Jersey's official source for cancer statistics, provides cancer incidence and mortality data for New Jersey displayed in maps, tables, and graphs. Statewide and county-level cancer incidence data are available by cancer site, gender, race, and ethnicity.
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