Table 2 The estimated incidence and mortality of pancreatic cancer according to world area, 2012, female.

From: Global temporal patterns of pancreatic cancer and association with socioeconomic development

World regions Population size (million) Incidence (I) Mortality (M) I:M ratio
n ASR n ASR
Africa 1072.3 5476 1.7 5280 1.6 1.04
Eastern Africa 342.3 1602 1.7 1546 1.6 1.04
Middle Africa 134.1 278 0.8 266 0.7 1.05
Northern Africa 213.0 1535 1.8 1485 1.8 1.03
Southern Africa 58.8 911 3.5 883 3.4 1.03
Western Africa 324.1 1150 1.3 1100 1.2 1.05
Asia 4260.0 62659 2.6 60553 2.5 1.03
Eastern Asia 1585.0 46392 3.6 45080 3.4 1.03
South-Eastern Asia 607.9 5869 2.0 5651 1.9 1.04
South-Central Asia 1822.9 7511 1.0 6999 0.9 1.07
Western Asia 243.8 2887 3.1 2823 3.0 1.02
America 948.2 14656 4.2 14623 4.1 1.00
Caribbean 42.0 1012 3.6 1034 3.6 0.98
Central America 160.2 2906 3.7 2801 3.5 1.04
South America 397.2 10738 4.4 10788 4.4 1.00
North America 348.8 23422 6.4 22651 5.9 1.03
Europe 740.1 51883 5.5 51923 5.3 1.00
Central and Eastern Europe 295.0 16889 5.0 16965 4.9 1.00
Northern Europe 100.6 7305 5.9 7315 5.6 1.00
Southern Europe 154.2 11522 5.3 11236 4.9 1.03
Western Europe 190.4 16167 6.3 16407 5.8 0.99
Oceania 37.0 1615 5.0 1534 4.6 1.05
Australia/New Zealand 26.4 1572 5.4 1493 4.9 1.05
Melanesia 10.2 35 1.1 35 1.2 1.00
Micronesia/Polynesia 0.4 8 1.4 6 1.1 1.33
More developed regions 1242.9 92763 5.9 91304 5.5 1.02
Less developed regions 5815.1 66948 2.4 65260 2.3 1.03
World 7058.0 159711 3.6 156564 3.4 1.02
  1. ASR = Age standardized rate per 100,000. Source: GLOBOCAN 2012 [1]. Numbers are rounded to the nearest 10 or 100, and may not add up to the total. The population size of the world regions were retrieved from the Population Reference Bureau, Washington, DC. Available at: http://www.prb.org/Publications/Datasheets/2012/world-population-data-sheet/world-map.aspx#/table/population.