Mortality from non-Hodgkin lymphoma is expected to be about 6.1 per 100,000 population in 2018, with the highest rate in Maine and West Virginia and the lowest in Utah.
Cancer Facts & Figures 2018, based on analysis of 2001-2015 data from the National Center for Health Statistics. That figure is down from the 20,140 predicted for 2017, as the trend in the death rate since 2006 has been a decline of about 2% per year.in its
Nationally, death rates for NHL were 7.4 per 100,000 for males and 4.5 for females for 2011-2015, and incidence rates were 22.9 per 100,000 for males and 15.8 for females for 2010-2014, the ACS reported.
Over time, the relative survival rate for NHL has gone from 47% in 1975-1977 to 51% in 1987-1989 to 73% in 2007-2013, although there is some disparity between whites, whose respective rates are 47%, 51%, and 74%, and blacks, who have rates of 49%, 46%, and 67%, respectively, the ACS said.