Report: Some cancer death rates falling

12/23/2005 | ABC News

The death rate for the most common forms of cancer, including breast, lung, prostate and colorectal cancers, is declining in the U.S., although for most other cancers, the rate of cancers diagnosed has remained steady, according to the National Cancer Institute. Better screening is credited with the drop in some rates and experts say more gains can be expected in the future.

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