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Minnesota

State or CountyTotal PopulationPediatric AsthmaAdult AsthmaCOPDLung Cancer
Minnesota 5,519,952 88,500 322,800 165,600 2,930
Aitkin 15,583 181 955 684 8
Anoka 345,957 5,726 19,998 10,001 184
Becker 33,734 564 1,922 1,135 18
Beltrami 46,106 800 2,646 1,332 24
Benton 39,992 679 2,307 1,154 21
Big Stone 5,050 72 299 196 3
Blue Earth 66,441 894 4,161 1,847 35
Brown 25,331 382 1,491 873 13
Carlton 35,738 555 2,094 1,145 19
Carver 100,262 1,880 5,553 2,697 53
Cass 28,993 425 1,697 1,104 15
Chippewa 12,133 191 706 415 6
Chisago 54,748 861 3,196 1,691 29
Clay 62,875 1,034 3,707 1,691 33
Clearwater 8,827 151 499 296 5
Cook 5,286 56 332 217 3
Cottonwood 11,470 189 654 408 6
Crow Wing 63,940 959 3,756 2,267 34
Dakota 417,486 7,071 23,970 12,024 222
Dodge 20,506 375 1,145 587 11
Douglas 37,456 548 2,219 1,339 20
Faribault 13,935 210 816 506 7
Fillmore 21,003 350 1,196 720 11
Freeborn 30,446 455 1,790 1,085 16
Goodhue 46,676 719 2,726 1,583 25
Grant 5,956 93 345 215 3
Hennepin 1,232,483 18,751 73,744 35,191 654
Houston 18,814 279 1,106 661 10
Hubbard 20,718 303 1,214 790 11
Isanti 39,025 639 2,253 1,201 21
Itasca 45,242 657 2,672 1,639 24
Jackson 9,944 150 583 349 5
Kanabec 15,830 233 933 551 8
Kandiyohi 42,495 700 2,446 1,364 23
Kittson 4,333 64 254 163 2
Koochiching 12,628 161 766 484 7
Lac qui Parle 6,715 91 402 264 4
Lake 10,625 134 646 423 6
Lake of the Woods 3,814 47 232 147 2
Le Sueur 27,591 455 1,584 877 15
Lincoln 5,783 90 334 216 3
Lyon 25,699 446 1,470 746 14
McLeod 35,842 575 2,078 1,165 19
Mahnomen 5,465 117 284 163 3
Marshall 9,324 146 541 321 5
Martin 19,829 295 1,165 715 11
Meeker 23,110 385 1,317 768 12
Mille Lacs 25,866 424 1,486 849 14
Morrison 32,821 531 1,890 1,082 17
Mower 39,163 672 2,227 1,240 21
Murray 8,329 122 489 315 4
Nicollet 33,575 510 2,008 994 18
Nobles 21,848 401 1,221 643 12
Norman 6,579 104 380 233 3
Olmsted 153,102 2,592 8,814 4,481 81
Otter Tail 58,085 865 3,401 2,141 31
Pennington 14,235 226 833 445 8
Pine 28,874 398 1,736 1,002 15
Pipestone 9,202 159 517 312 5
Polk 31,660 518 1,831 1,001 17
Pope 11,049 157 656 410 6
Ramsey 540,649 8,684 31,879 15,269 287
Red Lake 4,007 67 227 135 2
Redwood 15,263 254 869 523 8
Renville 14,660 223 856 517 8
Rice 65,622 982 3,931 1,965 35
Rock 9,564 166 538 321 5
Roseau 15,626 260 892 497 8
St. Louis 199,980 2,627 12,298 6,628 106
Scott 143,680 2,772 7,910 3,703 76
Sherburne 93,528 1,722 5,248 2,466 50
Sibley 14,827 241 854 485 8
Stearns 155,652 2,446 9,231 4,476 83
Steele 36,805 638 2,084 1,147 20
Stevens 9,693 140 591 293 5
Swift 9,419 148 547 329 5
Todd 24,233 397 1,384 826 13
Traverse 3,356 47 199 130 2
Wabasha 21,273 322 1,246 733 11
Wadena 13,761 230 783 477 7
Waseca 18,911 306 1,097 597 10
Washington 253,117 4,317 14,443 7,487 134
Watonwan 10,908 180 626 363 6
Wilkin 6,358 98 372 214 3
Winona 50,948 639 3,210 1,558 27
Wright 132,550 2,583 7,251 3,564 71
Yellow Medicine 9,935 157 575 340 5

*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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