Study: Five preventive steps could save 100,000 lives per year

08/8/2007 | Reuters

The implementation of five preventive steps could save more than 100,000 U.S. lives per year, according to a new study by Partnership for Prevention. The steps include adults taking a daily low-dose aspirin, more breast and colorectal cancer screening, helping smokers quit, and annual flu shots for those over 50.

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