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Cancer Death Rate

Known as: Cancer Mortality 
Mortality due to cancer.
National Institutes of Health

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Cancer is the leading cause of death in China and depicting the cancer pattern of China would provide basic knowhows on how to… Expand
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2019
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Contemporary dietary guidelines recommend limiting consumption of unprocessed red meat and processed meat. For example, the… Expand
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2019
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Tumor-derived exosomes (TDEs) participate in formation and progression of different cancer processes, including tumor… Expand
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2019
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Data from observational studies indicate that both physical activity as well as exercise (ie, structured physical activity) is… Expand
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2019
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Observational studies have reported that intake of red meat is associated with cardiometabolic disease and cancer (18). Dietary… Expand
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2019
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2019
Breast cancer is the most common cancer type in women and the fourth leading cause of cancer death in the United States (1). The… Expand
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2019
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2019
Cancer is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide (1). Authorities have postulated that dietin particular… Expand
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2018
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2018
The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between main air pollutants and all cancer mortality by performing a meta… Expand
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2018
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Objective To examine whether the associations between sedentary behaviours (ie, daily sitting/TV-viewing time) and mortality from… Expand
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2018
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Purpose: To estimate the strength and shape of the dose–response relationship between sedentary behaviour and all-cause… Expand
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