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Cancer Is Now The Number One Killer In 22 States
By MIKE STOBBE, AP
The heart disease death rate, on the other hand, fell 46 percent.
Progress Against Cancer: Hope Conquering Hype
Dr. Cary Presant
Practicing hematologist and oncologist, and Professor of Medicine
After starting the War On Cancer, how are we doing in 2015? Is it still only the hype of technology promises, or is there hope in the current panoply of accomplishments from medical research?
U.S. Cancer Incidence & Mortality Are Mostly Stable Or Decreasing
By Reuters, Reuters
"Our work is not even close to being done, because many of these disease are preventable," Sherman said. SOURCE: http://bit.ly
The Truth About the Global Cancer Burden
John R. Seffrin
CEO, American Cancer Society Inc.
Of all of the myths about cancer, I believe one of the most harmful misconceptions today is that cancer is a disease exclusive to wealthy, or developed, countries such as the United States.
Cancer Deaths Decreasing In The U.S., Report Finds
The results are "a milestone that shows we truly are creating more birthdays," American Cancer Society CEO John R. Seffrin
Half Of Cancer Deaths Preventable: Report
It's against this backdrop that the American Association for Cancer Research, which bills itself as the world's largest cancer
More Men Die Of Cancer Than Women: Study
The new study points out other possible non-genetic risk factors for cancer, including HPV infections and exposure to UV
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