Invasive cancer rates down slightly in CDC study that found prostate and breast cancer to be most common types
(dailyRx News) Cancer is a major problem in the US, but a new study hints that perhaps, at least for certain types of cancer, rates may be dropping.
The new study focused on rates of invasive cancer, or cancer that spreads beyond the tissue in which it first developed. Such cancers include most cancers, except some skin cancers and urinary bladder cancer, that are beyond the earliest stage.
The researchers found that rates of invasive cancer in the US saw a slight drop between 2009 and 2010.
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