This publication provides statistics about the occurrence of breast cancer, as well as information about risk factors, prevention, early detection, and treatment.
The number of Americans with a history of cancer is growing due to the aging and growth of the population, as well as improving survival rates.
This comprehensive survivorship report, a collaboration between two of the Society’s Intramural Research Programs -- Surveillance & Health Services Research and Behavioral Research – and the National Cancer Institute, provides current and projected cancer prevalence estimates for the United States, as well as data from the National Cancer Data Base on treatment patterns, and information on the common effects of cancer and its treatment.
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About 17% of the US population identified as Hispanic or Latino in 2014—the largest US minority group.
This publication, also available in Spanish, provides estimated numbers of new cancer cases and deaths for Hispanics/Latinos, as well as the most recent statistics on cancer occurrence and information on cancer risk factors (e.g., tobacco use, obesity, and alcohol consumption) and the use of cancer screening tests.
Featuring mobile chat rooms as well, helps you find and connect with single women and men throughout the globe.
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Each edition of Cancer Facts & Figures includes a Special Section of in-depth focus on a specific cancer or group of cancers.