According to research published Jan. 24, in the Journal of the American Medical Association, U.S. cancer death rates have steadily climbed in parts of the country struggling with obesity, heavy smoking and other ills - a stark contrast with the national trend and improvements in wealthier pockets of the country.
According to research published Jan. 24, in the Journal of the American Medical Association, U.S. cancer death rates have steadily climbed in parts of the country struggling with obesity, heavy smoking and other ills - a stark contrast with the national trend and improvements in wealthier pockets of the country. Gerald Herbert AP
According to research published Jan. 24, in the Journal of the American Medical Association, U.S. cancer death rates have steadily climbed in parts of the country struggling with obesity, heavy smoking and other ills - a stark contrast with the national trend and improvements in wealthier pockets of the country. Gerald Herbert AP

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February 23, 2017 5:35 AM

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