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### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - USA (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994) across the US, the Black rate was 37.5 and the White rate was 32.0, which produced a rate ratio of 1.17 (statistically significantly different). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 30.7 and the White rate was 21.4, which produced a rate ratio of 1.43 (statistically significantly different). In other words, in the US, we observed a widening in the Black:White breast cancer mortality disparity over the 25-year interval.

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Atlanta (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 42.9 and the White rate was 42.6, which produced a rate ratio of 1.01 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 44.0 and the White rate was 20.2, which produced a rate ratio of 2.17 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Austin (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 42.8 and the White rate was 31.5, which produced a rate ratio of 1.36 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 39.0 and the White rate was 20.1, which produced a rate ratio of 1.94 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Baltimore (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 37.2 and the White rate was 32.1, which produced a rate ratio of 1.16 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 31.7 and the White rate was 26.5, which produced a rate ratio of 1.19 (not statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Boston (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 37.0 and the White rate was 39.2, which produced a rate ratio of 0.94 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 21.1 and the White rate was 20.9, which produced a rate ratio of 1.01 (not statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Charlotte (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 39.1 and the White rate was 35.9, which produced a rate ratio of 1.09 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 28.8 and the White rate was 21.6, which produced a rate ratio of 1.33 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Chicago (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 41.7 and the White rate was 38.7, which produced a rate ratio of 1.08 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 34.6 and the White rate was 22.6, which produced a rate ratio of 1.53 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Cleveland (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 39.9 and the White rate was 40.1, which produced a rate ratio of 1.00 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 31.0 and the White rate was 26.2, which produced a rate ratio of 1.18 (not statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Columbus (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 34.0 and the White rate was 34.4, which produced a rate ratio of 0.99 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 28.4 and the White rate was 22.6, which produced a rate ratio of 1.26 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Dallas (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 44.5 and the White rate was 32.0, which produced a rate ratio of 1.39 (statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 34.3 and the White rate was 19.6, which produced a rate ratio of 1.75 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Denver (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 37.9 and the White rate was 34.6, which produced a rate ratio of 1.10 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 31.1 and the White rate was 21.8, which produced a rate ratio of 1.43 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Detroit (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 40.1 and the White rate was 30.6, which produced a rate ratio of 1.31 (statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 31.0 and the White rate was 24.2, which produced a rate ratio of 1.28 (not statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Fort Worth (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 40.1 and the White rate was 33.2, which produced a rate ratio of 1.21 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 33.0 and the White rate was 22.1, which produced a rate ratio of 1.49 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Houston (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 46.4 and the White rate was 40.2, which produced a rate ratio of 1.15 (statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 40.2 and the White rate was 26.8, which produced a rate ratio of 1.50 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Indianapolis (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 38.6 and the White rate was 34.5, which produced a rate ratio of 1.12 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 25.6 and the White rate was 18.4, which produced a rate ratio of 1.39 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Jacksonville (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 31.7 and the White rate was 30.4, which produced a rate ratio of 1.04 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 29.6 and the White rate was 22.4, which produced a rate ratio of 1.32 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Kansas City (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 37.3 and the White rate was 34.1, which produced a rate ratio of 1.09 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 38.9 and the White rate was 22.0, which produced a rate ratio of 1.77 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Las Vegas (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 44.4 and the White rate was 44.3, which produced a rate ratio of 1.00 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 49.2 and the White rate was 45.0, which produced a rate ratio of 1.09 (not statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Long Beach (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 43.7 and the White rate was 38.6, which produced a rate ratio of 1.13 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 36.0 and the White rate was 28.9, which produced a rate ratio of 1.24 (not statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Los Angeles (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 45.1 and the White rate was 36.5, which produced a rate ratio of 1.24 (statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 40.3 and the White rate was 24.1, which produced a rate ratio of 1.67 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Memphis (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 46.3 and the White rate was 36.4, which produced a rate ratio of 1.27 (statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 37.5 and the White rate was 22.2, which produced a rate ratio of 1.69 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Miami (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 52.1 and the White rate was 58.7, which produced a rate ratio of 0.89 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 60.2 and the White rate was 64.4, which produced a rate ratio of 0.94 (not statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Milwaukee (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 35.5 and the White rate was 37.7, which produced a rate ratio of 0.94 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 35.2 and the White rate was 25.8, which produced a rate ratio of 1.36 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Minneapolis (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 38.0 and the White rate was 36.9, which produced a rate ratio of 1.03 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 20.4 and the White rate was 18.5, which produced a rate ratio of 1.11 (not statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - New York (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 36.2 and the White rate was 30.8, which produced a rate ratio of 1.18 (statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 28.2 and the White rate was 22.3, which produced a rate ratio of 1.27 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Oakland (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 36.3 and the White rate was 32.7, which produced a rate ratio of 1.11 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 28.0 and the White rate was 25.2, which produced a rate ratio of 1.11 (not statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Oklahoma City (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 31.7 and the White rate was 30.0, which produced a rate ratio of 1.05 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 34.2 and the White rate was 21.8, which produced a rate ratio of 1.56 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Omaha (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 37.1 and the White rate was 32.1, which produced a rate ratio of 1.16 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 35.4 and the White rate was 24.9, which produced a rate ratio of 1.42 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Philadelphia (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 44.9 and the White rate was 41.2, which produced a rate ratio of 1.09 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 32.2 and the White rate was 26.1, which produced a rate ratio of 1.24 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Phoenix (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 35.3 and the White rate was 34.2, which produced a rate ratio of 1.03 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 22.3 and the White rate was 19.1, which produced a rate ratio of 1.17 (not statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Raleigh (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 29.4 and the White rate was 35.7, which produced a rate ratio of 0.82 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 31.7 and the White rate was 21.1, which produced a rate ratio of 1.50 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Sacramento (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 48.4 and the White rate was 66.9, which produced a rate ratio of 0.72 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 42.0 and the White rate was 41.8, which produced a rate ratio of 1.00 (not statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - San Antonio (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 33.0 and the White rate was 36.7, which produced a rate ratio of 0.90 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 40.9 and the White rate was 22.8, which produced a rate ratio of 1.79 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - San Diego (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 48.9 and the White rate was 33.8, which produced a rate ratio of 1.45 (statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 29.1 and the White rate was 22.5, which produced a rate ratio of 1.29 (not statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - San Francisco (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 47.3 and the White rate was 35.6, which produced a rate ratio of 1.33 (statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 29.5 and the White rate was 20.0, which produced a rate ratio of 1.47 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Seattle (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 31.0 and the White rate was 34.4, which produced a rate ratio of 0.90 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 26.2 and the White rate was 25.1, which produced a rate ratio of 1.05 (not statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Tulsa (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 31.5 and the White rate was 32.9, which produced a rate ratio of 0.96 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 32.7 and the White rate was 25.2, which produced a rate ratio of 1.30 (not statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Virginia Beach (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 28.9 and the White rate was 32.0, which produced a rate ratio of 0.91 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 30.8 and the White rate was 24.2, which produced a rate ratio of 1.27 (not statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Washington DC (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 46.1 and the White rate was 33.2, which produced a rate ratio of 1.39 (statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 34.4 and the White rate was 24.0, which produced a rate ratio of 1.43 (statistically significant).

### Five-Year Estimates of Breast Cancer Mortality Rates - Wichita (1990-2014)

During the first 5-year interval (1990-1994), the Black rate was 33.8 and the White rate was 35.5, which produced a rate ratio of 0.95 (not statistically significant). During the last 5-year interval (2010-2014), the Black rate was 35.2 and the White rate was 19.5, which produced a rate ratio of 1.80 (statistically significant).