U.S. cancer diagnoses, mortality rates steadily decline

12/8/2009 | CNN

A report in the journal Cancer found cancer diagnosis rates for most all gender and ethnic groups in the U.S. dropped by an average of 1% per year from 1999 to 2006. Mortality rates also declined, mainly for common cancers such as lung, prostate and colorectal in men and breast and colorectal cancers in women.

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