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Based in Dallas, Texas, David T. Ball enjoys spending time supporting philanthropic organizations and initiatives. For the last five years, David T. Ball has engaged as a volunteer and participant in a national cancer fundraising and awareness campaign, Crawl For Cancer.

Over the course of 2019, the United States saw an estimated 1.76 million new cancer diagnoses and nearly 607,000 new cancer-related deaths. The disease continues to rank second as the leading cause of death among Americans, trailing behind heart disease. On a more positive note, 2019 findings marked a 27 percent reduction in cancer fatalities over the last 25 years, a figure representing more than 2.6 million lives saved between 1991 and 2016.

Of course, there is still more work to be done. As physicians and medical researchers work to eliminate the disease altogether, effective strides have been taken to close the mortality gap between certain races. Unfortunately, the gap between socioeconomic groups has increased in recent years.

For a more in-depth look at how the disease impacted the lives of American citizens in 2019, consider reading the scientific paper Cancer Statistics 2019, published in the medical journal CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians.

Based in Dallas, Texas, David T. Ball enjoys spending time supporting philanthropic organizations and initiatives. For the last five years, David T. Ball has engaged as a volunteer and participant in a national cancer fundraising and awareness campaign, Crawl For Cancer.

Over the course of 2019, the United States saw an estimated 1.76 million new cancer diagnoses and nearly 607,000 new cancer-related deaths. The disease continues to rank second as the leading cause of death among Americans, trailing behind heart disease. On a more positive note, 2019 findings marked a 27 percent reduction in cancer fatalities over the last 25 years, a figure representing more than 2.6 million lives saved between 1991 and 2016.

Of course, there is still more work to be done. As physicians and medical researchers work to eliminate the disease altogether, effective strides have been taken to close the mortality gap between certain races. Unfortunately, the gap between socioeconomic groups has increased in recent years.

For a more in-depth look at how the disease impacted the lives of American citizens in 2019, consider reading the scientific paper Cancer Statistics 2019, published in the medical journal CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians.

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Important US Cancer Statistics

  1. 1. DavidT Ball Important US Cancer Statistics
  2. 2. Introduction Based in Dallas,Texas, DavidT. Ball enjoys spending time supporting philanthropic organizations and initiatives. For the last five years, DavidT. Ball has engaged as a volunteer and participant in a national cancer fundraising and awareness campaign, Crawl For Cancer.
  3. 3. Over the course of 2019, the United States saw an estimated 1.76 million new cancer diagnoses and nearly 607,000 new cancer-related deaths.The disease continues to rank second as the leading cause of death among Americans, trailing behind heart disease. On a more positive note, 2019 findings marked a 27 percent reduction in cancer fatalities over the last 25 years, a figure representing more than 2.6 million lives saved between 1991 and 2016.
  4. 4. Of course, there is still more work to be done.As physicians and medical researchers work to eliminate the disease altogether, effective strides have been taken to close the mortality gap between certain races. Unfortunately, the gap between socioeconomic groups has increased in recent years.
  5. 5. For a more in-depth look at how the disease impacted the lives of American citizens in 2019, consider reading the scientific paper Cancer Statistics 2019, published in the medical journal CA:A Cancer Journal for Clinicians.

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