Less education equals higher cancer death risk

09/12/2007 | Reuters

People who lack at least some education beyond high school are more likely to die from cancers, particularly lung, colorectal, breast and prostate cancers, a new study says. Researchers note that the link could reflect overall differences in lower socioeconomic status and lack of access to health care by less-educated Americans.

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