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Topic: Late fetal mortality
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Late fetal mortality: Illinois, 2003-2006 Average

Rate per 1,000 live births and fetal deaths
RegionRate
Adams**
Alexander**
Bond**
Boone**
Brown**
Bureau**
Calhoun**
Carroll**
Cass**
Champaign2.3
Christian**
Clark**
Clay**
Clinton**
Coles**
Cook3.1
Crawford**
Cumberland**
De Kalb3.9
De Witt**
Douglas**
Du Page2.7
Edgar**
Edwards**
Effingham**
Fayette**
Ford**
Franklin**
Fulton**
Gallatin**
Greene**
Grundy**
Hamilton**
Hancock**
Hardin**
Henderson**
Henry**
Illinois3.0
Iroquois**
Jackson**
Jasper**
Jefferson**
Jersey**
Jo Daviess**
Johnson**
Kane2.6
Kankakee3.9
Kendall**
Knox4.8
La Salle3.5
Lake2.3
Lawrence**
Lee**
Livingston**
Logan**
Macon3.2
Macoupin**
Madison3.8
Marion**
Marshall**
Mason**
Massac**
McDonough**
McHenry1.5
McLean2.7
Menard**
Mercer**
Monroe**
Montgomery**
Morgan**
Moultrie**
Ogle**
Peoria3.4
Perry**
Piatt**
Pike**
Pope**
Pulaski**
Putnam**
Randolph**
Richland**
Rock Island2.3
Saline**
Sangamon3.9
Schuyler**
Scott**
Shelby**
St Clair4.7
Stark**
Stephenson**
Tazewell2.5
Union**
United States3.0
Vermilion2.9
Wabash**
Warren**
Washington**
Wayne**
White**
Whiteside4.2
Will2.8
Williamson**
Winnebago2.7
Woodford**
** Suppressed due to missing data or insufficient numbers.
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Footnotes

  • A late fetal death occurs at 28 weeks of gestation or more.

Source

  • National Center for Health Statistics, fetal mortality data.
  • Retrieved September 26, 2018, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.