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Estimated Prevalence and Incidence of Lung Disease: South Carolina (May 2014)**

State or County Total Population Pediatric Asthma Adult Asthma COPD Lung Cancer
South Carolina 4,832,482 99,960 313,310 286,408 3,319
Abbeville 25,101 490 1,690 1,556 17
Aiken 162,812 3,169 10,992 9,873 108
Allendale 9,988 187 684 596 7
Anderson 189,355 3,916 12,555 11,242 126
Bamberg 15,763 294 1,075 964 10
Barnwell 22,212 485 1,453 1,304 15
Beaufort 168,049 3,019 11,423 10,674 112
Berkeley 189,781 4,102 12,477 10,217 127
Calhoun 14,910 280 1,018 957 10
Charleston 365,162 6,591 25,192 21,010 243
Cherokee 55,662 1,189 3,661 3,200 37
Chester 32,546 666 2,171 1,961 22
Chesterfield 46,103 952 3,070 2,729 31
Clarendon 34,357 645 2,338 2,157 23
Colleton 38,153 788 2,531 2,331 25
Darlington 68,139 1,412 4,526 4,060 45
Dillon 31,446 722 2,021 1,769 21
Dorchester 142,496 3,284 9,193 7,643 95
Edgefield 26,347 463 1,838 1,613 18
Fairfield 23,363 445 1,596 1,481 16
Florence 137,948 2,950 9,075 7,865 91
Georgetown 60,189 1,094 4,112 4,022 40
Greenville 467,605 9,827 30,930 26,335 312
Greenwood 69,756 1,435 4,622 4,056 46
Hampton 20,726 420 1,385 1,210 14
Horry 282,285 4,939 19,526 17,800 188
Jasper 25,833 546 1,706 1,445 17
Kershaw 62,343 1,312 4,127 3,720 42
Lancaster 79,089 1,566 5,297 4,767 53
Laurens 66,223 1,331 4,434 3,972 44
Lee 18,654 352 1,274 1,122 13
Lexington 270,406 5,689 17,924 15,418 180
Marion 32,457 681 2,147 1,940 21
Marlboro 28,145 521 1,933 1,668 19
McCormick 9,943 118 736 740 7
Newberry 37,576 748 2,518 2,270 25
Oconee 74,627 1,355 5,104 4,816 50
Orangeburg 91,476 1,840 6,114 5,417 61
Pickens 119,670 2,095 8,297 6,886 80
Richland 393,830 7,791 26,585 20,980 263
Saluda 19,893 397 1,329 1,198 13
Spartanburg 288,745 6,105 19,054 16,537 192
Sumter 108,052 2,371 7,041 6,011 72
Union 28,252 551 1,906 1,763 19
Williamsburg 33,620 666 2,262 2,044 22
York 234,635 5,169 15,342 13,023 156
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