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Why Cancer Rates Are Increasing Disproportionately In Women – And What We Can Do About It

Saturday, February 11, 2017 20:41
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from The Conversation

– this post authored Sarah Allinson, Lancaster University

Recent reports that cancer rates in UK women are set to rise six times faster than in men over the next two decades will have alarmed many. It is likely to be a similar story across the western world. In the US, cancer rates have been steadily decreasing in men but not in women. And although it is still the case that more men than women get cancer, the gap is narrowing.

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