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Tennessee

State or CountyTotal PopulationPediatric AsthmaAdult AsthmaCOPDLung Cancer
Tennessee 6,651,194 146,300 565,900 523,900 5,020
Anderson 75,936 1,543 6,593 6,545 57
Bedford 47,484 1,187 3,880 3,597 36
Benton 16,014 308 1,406 1,469 12
Bledsoe 14,675 233 1,351 1,285 12
Blount 128,670 2,585 11,213 11,096 97
Bradley 104,490 2,253 8,934 8,343 79
Campbell 39,714 809 3,444 3,430 30
Cannon 14,027 285 1,220 1,196 11
Carroll 28,092 580 2,423 2,403 21
Carter 56,502 1,052 5,011 5,020 43
Cheatham 39,880 883 3,406 3,206 30
Chester 17,453 372 1,492 1,377 13
Claiborne 31,757 597 2,811 2,733 24
Clay 7,752 151 677 716 6
Cocke 35,219 700 3,078 3,111 27
Coffee 54,682 1,281 4,560 4,381 41
Crockett 14,411 336 1,202 1,170 11
Cumberland 58,655 1,029 5,217 5,773 44
Davidson 684,410 14,217 59,206 49,096 515
Decatur 11,769 245 1,012 1,052 9
DeKalb 19,361 414 1,659 1,619 15
Dickson 52,170 1,187 4,403 4,153 39
Dyer 37,708 885 3,143 3,011 28
Fayette 39,590 776 3,476 3,519 30
Fentress 18,033 375 1,555 1,595 14
Franklin 41,700 831 3,632 3,542 31
Gibson 49,401 1,173 4,096 3,962 37
Giles 29,307 601 2,540 2,529 22
Grainger 23,072 466 2,010 2,011 18
Greene 68,615 1,315 6,041 6,072 52
Grundy 13,389 283 1,146 1,154 10
Hamblen 63,785 1,443 5,370 5,196 48
Hamilton 357,738 7,328 31,017 28,938 269
Hancock 6,577 133 572 571 5
Hardeman 25,435 489 2,240 2,095 20
Hardin 25,679 515 2,233 2,288 19
Hawkins 56,563 1,137 4,928 4,955 43
Haywood 17,853 398 1,515 1,474 13
Henderson 27,822 625 2,350 2,267 21
Henry 32,310 650 2,804 2,894 24
Hickman 24,295 521 2,085 1,983 19
Houston 8,134 172 698 701 6
Humphreys 18,347 392 1,572 1,565 14
Jackson 11,566 208 1,037 1,065 9
Jefferson 53,535 1,051 4,689 4,641 40
Johnson 17,754 298 1,609 1,611 14
Knox 456,132 9,427 39,466 35,585 344
Lake 7,560 109 707 617 6
Lauderdale 26,773 592 2,277 2,063 21
Lawrence 43,081 1,056 3,537 3,434 33
Lewis 11,904 255 1,018 1,021 9
Lincoln 33,645 727 2,876 2,862 25
Loudon 51,454 982 4,509 4,814 39
McMinn 52,850 1,103 4,556 4,507 40
McNairy 25,935 557 2,213 2,219 20
Macon 23,450 562 1,944 1,828 18
Madison 97,663 2,174 8,279 7,728 73
Marion 28,446 586 2,463 2,438 21
Marshall 31,915 730 2,689 2,538 24
Maury 89,981 2,053 7,581 7,066 68
Meigs 12,005 247 1,040 1,048 9
Monroe 45,970 976 3,939 3,960 35
Montgomery 195,734 5,125 15,729 12,391 148
Moore 6,323 121 557 564 5
Morgan 21,554 419 1,899 1,793 17
Obion 30,578 650 2,618 2,599 23
Overton 22,051 467 1,891 1,887 17
Perry 7,964 170 680 691 6
Pickett 5,142 93 457 498 4
Polk 16,772 327 1,473 1,478 13
Putnam 75,931 1,561 6,556 5,929 58
Rhea 32,442 727 2,740 2,666 25
Roane 52,874 987 4,689 4,848 40
Robertson 69,165 1,653 5,757 5,340 52
Rutherford 308,251 7,475 25,507 21,052 233
Scott 21,947 523 1,822 1,725 17
Sequatchie 14,897 312 1,282 1,285 11
Sevier 96,673 1,974 8,390 8,242 73
Shelby 934,603 22,965 76,992 67,967 702
Smith 19,447 441 1,644 1,576 15
Stewart 13,182 267 1,148 1,154 10
Sullivan 156,667 2,998 13,797 13,907 118
Sumner 180,063 4,209 15,065 14,136 136
Tipton 61,303 1,492 5,070 4,669 46
Trousdale 8,271 185 702 662 6
Unicoi 17,719 322 1,578 1,631 13
Union 19,140 415 1,638 1,594 14
Van Buren 5,689 107 504 519 4
Warren 40,516 938 3,390 3,257 31
Washington 127,440 2,404 11,265 10,520 96
Wayne 16,713 285 1,512 1,444 13
Weakley 33,507 638 2,950 2,731 25
White 26,653 570 2,280 2,270 20
Williamson 219,107 5,897 17,552 16,276 165
Wilson 132,781 3,097 11,127 10,456 100

*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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