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Illinois

State or CountyTotal PopulationPediatric AsthmaAdult AsthmaCOPDLung Cancer
Illinois 12,859,995 218,803 830,368 567,850 8,308
Adams 67,013 1,125 4,300 3,243 43
Alexander 6,780 120 426 336 4
Bond 16,950 240 1,144 819 11
Boone 53,585 1,023 3,324 2,350 35
Brown 6,829 78 488 305 5
Bureau 33,587 544 2,169 1,700 22
Calhoun 4,899 73 321 264 3
Carroll 14,616 207 971 800 9
Cass 12,847 223 819 600 8
Champaign 208,861 2,935 14,382 8,428 135
Christian 33,642 523 2,206 1,666 22
Clark 15,979 269 1,024 782 10
Clay 13,428 222 864 662 9
Clinton 37,786 595 2,482 1,786 25
Coles 52,521 701 3,621 2,387 34
Cook 5,238,216 86,906 341,993 224,961 3,377
Crawford 19,414 287 1,292 957 13
Cumberland 10,898 186 696 527 7
De Witt 16,247 258 1,058 802 11
DeKalb 104,352 1,675 6,924 4,217 68
Douglas 19,823 375 1,229 897 13
DuPage 933,736 16,031 60,047 41,707 603
Edgar 17,664 275 1,153 900 11
Edwards 6,534 108 420 327 4
Effingham 34,371 599 2,187 1,608 22
Fayette 22,043 348 1,445 1,046 14
Ford 13,736 235 874 676 9
Franklin 39,485 650 2,544 1,947 26
Fulton 35,699 523 2,378 1,785 23
Gallatin 5,265 78 347 277 3
Greene 13,241 214 858 652 9
Grundy 50,541 958 3,153 2,156 33
Hamilton 8,200 134 528 413 5
Hancock 18,543 283 1,210 995 12
Hardin 4,135 58 275 226 3
Henderson 6,995 98 466 387 5
Henry 49,489 828 3,175 2,425 32
Iroquois 28,672 466 1,848 1,457 19
Jackson 59,362 786 4,125 2,540 38
Jasper 9,607 162 614 471 6
Jefferson 38,353 618 2,496 1,840 25
Jersey 22,372 352 1,463 1,095 14
Jo Daviess 22,086 316 1,460 1,232 14
Johnson 12,762 173 867 644 8
Kane 530,847 10,453 32,725 21,999 344
Kankakee 110,879 1,958 7,056 4,976 72
Kendall 123,355 2,689 7,366 4,552 80
Knox 51,441 748 3,431 2,589 33
Lake 703,910 13,054 44,232 30,322 456
LaSalle 111,333 1,791 7,242 5,400 72
Lawrence 16,491 230 1,119 782 11
Lee 34,584 514 2,298 1,711 23
Livingston 36,671 588 2,389 1,772 24
Logan 29,494 416 1,994 1,412 19
Macon 107,303 1,769 6,933 5,160 69
Macoupin 46,045 723 3,007 2,302 30
Madison 266,209 4,369 17,297 12,351 172
Marion 38,339 652 2,450 1,858 25
Marshall 11,982 177 791 635 8
Mason 13,701 216 891 698 9
Massac 14,766 240 952 749 10
McDonough 31,333 386 2,203 1,409 20
McHenry 307,343 5,578 19,422 13,535 199
McLean 173,166 2,811 11,432 7,115 112
Menard 12,444 201 806 617 8
Mercer 15,858 255 1,025 813 10
Monroe 33,879 568 2,179 1,619 22
Montgomery 28,898 445 1,899 1,434 19
Morgan 34,828 515 2,318 1,709 23
Moultrie 14,931 274 931 707 10
Ogle 51,659 874 3,310 2,490 33
Peoria 186,221 3,285 11,867 8,285 120
Perry 21,543 314 1,444 1,034 14
Piatt 16,387 270 1,056 807 11
Pike 15,989 260 1,032 798 10
Pope 4,226 44 300 235 3
Pulaski 5,678 90 368 290 4
Putnam 5,644 82 374 296 4
Randolph 32,852 466 2,214 1,602 22
Richland 16,029 264 1,032 797 10
Rock Island 146,133 2,410 9,450 6,954 94
Saline 24,548 393 1,596 1,214 16
Sangamon 198,712 3,360 12,791 9,198 128
Schuyler 7,032 101 469 362 5
Scott 5,092 82 330 255 3
Shelby 21,775 341 1,418 1,119 14
St. Clair 264,052 4,661 16,833 11,705 170
Stark 5,788 90 375 314 4
Stephenson 45,749 729 2,962 2,360 29
Tazewell 134,800 2,280 8,654 6,369 87
Union 17,408 271 1,137 883 11
Vermilion 79,282 1,407 5,012 3,716 51
Wabash 11,542 188 747 568 7
Warren 17,527 286 1,136 846 11
Washington 14,270 221 936 710 9
Wayne 16,423 276 1,051 813 11
White 14,327 232 923 739 9
Whiteside 57,079 953 3,662 2,813 37
Will 687,263 13,255 42,712 28,544 445
Williamson 67,466 1,091 4,390 3,214 44
Winnebago 287,078 5,033 18,270 13,182 185
Woodford 39,227 714 2,461 1,818 25

*DISCLAIMER: The numbers in this publication reflect the estimated prevalence and incidence of lung disease, and not the actual number. These estimates are based on state or national incidence and prevalence estimates applied to the age-specific population of each county; no adjustments are made for any other factors that may affect the actual local prevalence. When citing this information, please be careful to ensure that the nature and limitations of these estimates are understood.

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