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US blacks still more likely than whites to die from cancer:study

Feb 6 (Reuters) - Drops in smoking may have helped drive cancer death rates down among black men in the United States during the last decade, but they are still more likely to die of cancer than whites, according to a U.S. study. "I think we see some really good news, but then we also see some trends that are going in the wrong direction," said Carol DeSantis, the study's lead author from the American Cancer Society in Atlanta.
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