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Illinois

State or CountyTotal PopulationPediatric AsthmaAdult AsthmaCOPDLung Cancer
Illinois 12,801,539 214,300 879,200 613,700 8,560
Adams 66,578 1,103 4,548 3,512 45
Alexander 6,478 112 437 351 4
Bond 16,824 237 1,206 881 11
Boone 53,503 1,004 3,543 2,554 36
Brown 6,762 76 511 329 5
Bureau 33,359 529 2,304 1,840 22
Calhoun 4,894 74 341 285 3
Carroll 14,539 207 1,027 863 10
Cass 12,676 222 855 635 9
Champaign 208,419 2,881 15,074 9,193 140
Christian 33,309 500 2,342 1,802 22
Clark 15,938 266 1,088 847 11
Clay 13,300 220 910 712 9
Clinton 37,729 586 2,642 1,930 25
Coles 52,343 691 3,809 2,594 35
Cook 5,203,499 85,054 360,270 242,509 3,475
Crawford 19,308 282 1,368 1,031 13
Cumberland 10,858 180 744 572 7
DeKalb 104,528 1,654 7,311 4,599 70
De Witt 16,226 258 1,125 866 11
Douglas 19,630 360 1,304 968 13
DuPage 929,368 15,658 63,821 45,003 622
Edgar 17,566 266 1,229 978 12
Edwards 6,523 107 446 354 4
Effingham 34,386 589 2,333 1,748 23
Fayette 21,789 338 1,522 1,121 15
Ford 13,575 228 923 727 9
Franklin 39,156 636 2,689 2,107 26
Fulton 35,536 521 2,511 1,929 24
Gallatin 5,212 79 362 299 3
Greene 13,093 205 911 701 9
Grundy 50,437 941 3,353 2,331 34
Hamilton 8,061 131 554 436 5
Hancock 18,508 282 1,286 1,077 12
Hardin 4,024 53 290 243 3
Henderson 6,869 95 490 414 5
Henry 49,280 810 3,379 2,626 33
Iroquois 28,334 452 1,953 1,568 19
Jackson 58,870 785 4,279 2,758 39
Jasper 9,536 159 652 506 6
Jefferson 38,460 625 2,647 1,997 26
Jersey 22,025 336 1,545 1,180 15
Jo Daviess 21,770 309 1,535 1,334 15
Johnson 12,902 173 931 703 9
Kane 531,715 10,252 34,996 23,941 356
Kankakee 110,008 1,904 7,463 5,370 74
Kendall 124,695 2,661 7,922 5,011 83
Knox 50,938 730 3,612 2,800 34
Lake 703,047 12,758 47,271 32,730 471
LaSalle 110,642 1,753 7,683 5,825 74
Lawrence 16,377 228 1,177 839 11
Lee 34,251 498 2,434 1,846 23
Livingston 36,526 568 2,547 1,921 25
Logan 29,527 416 2,112 1,534 20
McDonough 30,996 383 2,284 1,520 21
McHenry 307,004 5,441 20,826 14,639 206
McLean 172,418 2,751 12,031 7,713 115
Macon 106,550 1,744 7,313 5,575 71
Macoupin 45,908 716 3,194 2,491 31
Madison 265,759 4,288 18,411 13,397 178
Marion 38,140 638 2,601 2,011 25
Marshall 11,939 176 838 687 8
Mason 13,507 207 942 750 9
Massac 14,658 237 1,006 811 10
Menard 12,516 201 864 671 8
Mercer 15,730 247 1,089 882 11
Monroe 34,068 563 2,346 1,768 23
Montgomery 28,952 426 2,046 1,566 20
Morgan 34,277 489 2,439 1,847 23
Moultrie 14,827 271 982 764 10
Ogle 51,273 855 3,511 2,679 34
Peoria 185,006 3,249 12,483 8,928 124
Perry 21,357 304 1,524 1,120 14
Piatt 16,560 275 1,133 877 11
Pike 15,950 259 1,095 862 11
Pope 4,157 42 317 255 3
Pulaski 5,619 91 386 309 4
Putnam 5,611 81 398 320 4
Randolph 32,621 458 2,337 1,723 22
Richland 15,930 262 1,088 860 11
Rock Island 144,784 2,358 9,957 7,498 97
St. Clair 262,759 4,574 17,841 12,622 175
Saline 24,307 384 1,683 1,310 16
Sangamon 197,499 3,279 13,559 9,969 132
Schuyler 6,923 97 496 391 5
Scott 5,053 78 352 276 3
Shelby 21,717 337 1,507 1,218 15
Stark 5,776 88 400 340 4
Stephenson 45,624 724 3,148 2,559 30
Tazewell 134,385 2,244 9,184 6,912 90
Union 17,212 261 1,204 955 12
Vermilion 78,111 1,361 5,267 3,990 52
Wabash 11,492 186 790 615 8
Warren 17,378 279 1,198 913 12
Washington 14,154 217 990 766 9
Wayne 16,396 273 1,117 882 11
White 14,292 229 981 800 10
Whiteside 56,536 923 3,880 3,048 38
Will 689,529 12,989 45,837 31,063 462
Williamson 67,560 1,081 4,672 3,501 45
Winnebago 285,873 4,944 19,386 14,250 191
Woodford 39,140 699 2,624 1,971 26

*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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