Global cancer cases seen surging 75 percent by 2030
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Global cancer cases seen surging 75 percent by 2030

London : United Kingdom | Jun 01, 2012 at 5:06 AM PDT
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Reuters The number of people with cancer is set to surge by more than 75 percent across the world by 2030, with particularly sharp rises in poor countries as they adopt unhealthy "Westernised" lifestyles, a study said on Friday...The study was the first to look at how present and future rates of cancer... FULL ARTICLE AT Fox News
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