Health officials aim to cut cancer rates in New York

01/7/2013 | United Press International

Health officials are aiming to lower cancer rates in New York, where an estimated 288 people are diagnosed with cancer daily. Among the preventive measures included in a five-year plan are greater access to quality cancer therapy and increased awareness of and access to cancer screenings.

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