In 2002, more than 550,000 Americans - or more than 1,500 people a day - will die of cancer. Cancer is the second leading cause of death among Americans, and it is responsible for 1 in every four deaths in the United States.
We want to help prevent and control cancer through;
-Increasing knowledge on the early detection of cancer, this includes routine screening.
-Addressing addressing behavioral and environmental factors that increase cancer risk.
-Stressing the importance of second opinions.
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