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US Cancer Rate Continues To Decline

The number of Americans dying from cancer is dropping. The American Cancer Society reports cancer mortality rates have continuously dropped ... She spends her days encouraging survivors at Minnesota O... read more

U.S. Cancer Death Rate Declines Again, But Prostate Cancer Incidence Rises

Further, prostate cancer death rates leveled off between 2013 and 2015, after two decades of continued decline, the report noted. While concerns over the harms associated with prostate cancer treatmen... read more

Racial disparities in cancer deaths on the decline for America

The report, entitled Cancer statistics for African Americans, 2019 was published in the latest issue of the journal CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians on 14 th February 2019. The researchers gathered ... read more

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Deaths from ovarian cancer decline worldwide due to oral contraceptive use

In the USA the decline was even greater, with a 16% drop in death rates from 5.76 per 100,000 in 2002 to 4.85 in 2012. In Canada ovarian cancer death rates decreased over the same period by nearly 8% ... read more

Cancer death rates declining faster among blacks than whites, but disparities persist

Sharp decreases in lung cancer among black men from 2006 to 2015 contributed to a faster decline in the overall cancer incidence rate for black men (2.4% per year) than white men (1.7% per year). Over... read more

Are Birth Control Pills Tied to Decline in Ovarian Cancer Deaths?

Japan has low rates of birth control use, the researchers said. Ovarian cancer death rates are expected to continue to decline 15 percent in the United States, and 10 percent in the European Union and ... read more

An 'unacceptably low' amount of women are up to date on a test that can catch cervical cancer, according to a new study

Cervical cancer used to be the top cause of cancer-related death for American women, but cases and deaths related to the disease have dropped significantly in recent decades, according to the Centers ... read more

Dr. Karam on the Use of Laparoscopy in Advanced Ovarian Cancer

Physicians may approach borderline tumors differently, explains Karam, as the rate of advanced-stage borderline tumors is lower than is expected in high-grade ovarian cancer, as such, physicians have ... read more

Gynecologic Organ Involvement During Radical Cystectomy for Bladder Cancer: Is It Time to Routinely Spare the Ovaries? - Beyond the Abstract

Given the mounting evidence showing functional benefits of ovary-sparing surgery, the low rate of ovarian involvement by organ-confined bladder cancer, and the adaptation of ovary-sparing procedures b... read more

HPV Infections Most Tied to Cancer Are in Decline, and Vaccines May Be Why

Infection with HPV is by far the leading cause of cervical cancer, and it has also been tied to genital warts and cancers of the mouth, throat, vulva, vagina and anus. But the new study finds that rat... read more

Ovarian Cancer Incidence Trends in Relation to Changing Patterns of Menopausal Hormone Therapy Use in the United States

Conclusion After a marked reduction in MHT use around 2002, ovarian cancer incidence rates demonstrated an accelerated decline, with the largest changes for endometrioid carcinomas. This strong tempor... read more

New software found to be four times better at predicting the prognosis of ovarian cancer

Ovarian cancer is the sixth common cancer in women and mostly affects those who have gone through the menopause or those with a family history of the disease. The long-term survival rate is only 35 to ... read more

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