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Good news, bad news. U.S. cancer deaths are down significantly in the past 25 years, a new study finds. But some cancers continue to rise.

The American Cancer Society reports that cancer-related mortality has declined by 23 percent since 1991, a positive development that it credits largely to a decrease in smoking, as well as better and more frequent screenings for breast and prostate cancers.

Jack Craver



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