Fewer Americans are getting cancer and more are surviving the disease

The American Cancer Society released a recent report stating cancer deaths dropped to 158.6 per 100,000 people in 2015. Although a number of breakthrough, high –cost drugs have improved the outlook for people with some deadly cancers, the biggest cause of the decrease in deaths is that Americans are smoking less. Read article here…

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