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Click on the map [footnote 1] to learn about the lung and bronchus cancer incidence rates in the United States during 2013 [footnote 2], as well as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), angina or coronary heart disease, and the percentage of people who have had a heart attack (myocardial infarction) [footnote 3].
Select a location on the map, then select Read more to load the table with information. States with the highest percentage of smokers during previous years also have the highest rates for lung and bronchus cancer.
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This section contains useful information about the chronic disease map, including control instructions and related footnotes. Footnotes that relate to the main content are located beneath it in a numbered list. Each footnote has a number that links it to a specific statement (or statements) in the main content.
This section contains a list of references for the information that's used on this map. Some references include a link that can be used to open the original source in a separate browser window.