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Oklahoma

State or CountyTotal PopulationPediatric AsthmaAdult AsthmaCOPDLung Cancer
Oklahoma 3,911,338 97,795 282,573 255,518 2,745
Adair 22,004 594 1,556 1,443 15
Alfalfa 5,868 122 451 434 4
Atoka 13,793 320 1,019 979 10
Beaver 5,427 143 387 380 4
Beckham 23,768 626 1,686 1,457 17
Blaine 9,833 271 689 683 7
Bryan 44,884 1,070 3,274 3,053 31
Caddo 29,343 762 2,096 1,958 21
Canadian 133,378 3,598 9,419 8,213 94
Carter 48,689 1,253 3,493 3,267 34
Cherokee 48,447 1,128 3,559 3,184 34
Choctaw 14,997 367 1,092 1,092 10
Cimarron 2,216 56 159 169 2
Cleveland 274,458 6,188 20,371 17,047 193
Coal 5,651 136 413 417 4
Comanche 124,648 3,065 9,013 7,439 88
Cotton 5,996 144 441 435 4
Craig 14,818 332 1,108 1,092 10
Creek 70,892 1,732 5,181 4,988 50
Custer 29,744 759 2,114 1,782 21
Delaware 41,459 879 3,142 3,299 29
Dewey 4,995 136 350 349 3
Ellis 4,231 103 309 311 3
Garfield 63,569 1,673 4,507 4,125 45
Garvin 27,755 722 1,981 1,887 19
Grady 54,648 1,368 3,973 3,693 38
Grant 4,523 113 328 335 3
Greer 6,070 124 462 429 4
Harmon 2,788 69 201 200 2
Harper 3,754 102 265 261 3
Haskell 12,845 316 930 929 9
Hughes 13,735 300 1,029 988 10
Jackson 25,574 667 1,816 1,612 18
Jefferson 6,276 153 458 461 4
Johnston 10,980 260 807 784 8
Kay 45,366 1,168 3,238 3,140 32
Kingfisher 15,584 431 1,093 1,025 11
Kiowa 9,144 216 674 672 6
Latimer 10,483 233 782 768 7
Le Flore 49,605 1,217 3,611 3,453 35
Lincoln 35,042 883 2,542 2,473 25
Logan 45,996 1,092 3,389 3,136 32
Love 9,870 252 706 688 7
Major 7,771 201 556 554 5
Marshall 16,232 393 1,183 1,209 11
Mayes 40,887 1,013 2,976 2,867 29
McClain 38,066 998 2,723 2,530 27
McCurtain 33,048 867 2,353 2,262 23
McIntosh 19,990 416 1,521 1,625 14
Murray 13,936 337 1,018 1,005 10
Muskogee 69,699 1,736 5,041 4,710 49
Noble 11,554 286 841 826 8
Nowata 10,539 249 777 766 7
Okfuskee 12,181 291 895 853 9
Oklahoma 776,864 20,341 55,262 47,978 544
Okmulgee 39,187 963 2,848 2,728 27
Osage 47,887 1,108 3,559 3,524 34
Ottawa 31,981 813 2,289 2,193 22
Pawnee 16,436 399 1,205 1,191 12
Payne 80,850 1,587 6,135 4,715 57
Pittsburg 44,610 1,018 3,313 3,195 31
Pontotoc 38,194 923 2,775 2,525 27
Pottawatomie 71,875 1,774 5,213 4,824 50
Pushmataha 11,183 252 834 861 8
Roger Mills 3,788 101 268 265 3
Rogers 90,802 2,247 6,619 6,216 64
Seminole 25,548 667 1,822 1,746 18
Sequoyah 41,153 989 3,021 2,905 29
Stephens 44,581 1,075 3,264 3,169 31
Texas 21,489 596 1,498 1,252 15
Tillman 7,515 183 549 538 5
Tulsa 639,242 16,587 45,693 40,342 447
Wagoner 76,559 1,942 5,530 5,135 54
Washington 52,021 1,248 3,803 3,696 36
Washita 11,661 301 837 798 8
Woods 9,304 191 702 618 7
Woodward 21,559 560 1,537 1,370 15

*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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