Report: Cancer deaths to exceed 13.2 million a year by 2030

06/2/2010 | Reuters

The United Nations' International Agency for Research on Cancer estimates that by 2030, more than 13.2 million people worldwide will die of cancer and almost 21.4 million cancer cases will be diagnosed each year. The agency also reported that out of the 7.6 million cancer deaths reported in 2008, 1.38 million people died from lung cancer, 740,000 died from stomach cancer and 690,000 died from liver cancer.

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