Cancer rates have dropped among blacks in the U.S., although they remain at greater risk of dying from cancer than whites, a report showed. Black men had a 15% higher risk of being diagnosed with cancer than white men, while black women had a 6% lower cancer risk compared with white women, researchers wrote in the CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians.
Declines in cancer seen among blacks
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