Published on March 13, 2020
THURSDAY, March 12 (U.S. News & World Report)—Death rates from the disease are down, but obesity threatens to curb those gains.
Cancer mortality rates have continued to fall in the U.S. in recent years, even as the number of deaths rise and new diagnoses remain relatively steady, according to a new report on the state of the disease in the U.S.
The cancer death rate has been declining for more than two decades, driven in part by decreases in deaths from skin and lung cancers. Yet even as mortality rates have fallen, deaths from obesity-related cancers appear to be on the rise, threatening that progress, according to the report, published Thursday in the journal Cancer.
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