5/12/2009

A study of Illinois residents showed people living in urban areas were more likely than their rural or suburban counterparts to get a diagnosis of breast, colorectal, lung or prostate cancer later in the disease's progression. Chicagoans had the highest rates of late-stage cancer diagnoses. Researchers said more urban-based programs are needed for education and screening, especially for vulnerable groups.

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