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Table 4 Number of cases of cancer mortality and percentage of excess mortality under the assumption that deprivation of each area was the same as the average deprivation of the 10% of areas with the lowest deprivation.

From: Cancer mortality inequalities in urban areas: a Bayesian small area analysis in Spanish cities

  Men Women
Cities Number (total = 16.413) % of excess 95% CI Number (total = 1.142) % of excess 95% CI
Alicante 481 15.57 6.65 23.75 108 5.61 -4.16 14.60
Barcelona 3736 17.38 14.15 20.83 502 3.38 -0.82 7.69
Bilbao 695 13.17 7.79 15.56 38 1.13 -6.31 8.09
Castellón 83 5.18 -8.53 16.92 -8 -1 -17.65 14.20
Córdoba 45 1.52 -10.53 12.57 -83 -4.73 -18.02 7.51
Madrid 7099 19.49 17.07 21.98 621 2.54 -0.89 6.05
Málaga 778 17.79 10.73 24.29 29 1.01 -8.83 9.79
Sevilla 1161 16.31 10.81 21.53 -48 -1.03 -7.14 5.23
Valencia 1343 14.61 8.53 20.00 260 4.40 -2.54 10.85
Vigo -166 -5.68 -19.35 7.70 -508 -26.53 -44.43 -10.93
Zaragoza 1158 15.52 9.63 21.06 231 4.95 -1.39 11.05
  1. Men and women, 11 cities in Spain, 1996-2003.
  2. 95%CI credibility interval