Study examines cancer mortality rate among blacks, whites

02/18/2009 | USA Today

Cancer mortality rates have declined in all racial groups, but the gap between blacks and whites is just about as wide today as it was in 1981, according to an American Cancer Society study. The data show blacks are more likely to get cancer and die from it than any other racial group.

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