U.S. Cancer Deaths Down

Less people are dying from cancer each year in the United States.

Cancer deaths dropped more than one-percent partly because fewer people are smoking, and there are better ways of diagnosing and treating cancer.

Lung, prostate, colon and breast cancer continue to be the most deadly, accounting for half of all cancer deaths.

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