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US Adult Cancer Deaths Have Dropped, But Heart Disease Deaths Are Up

Newsy Wednesday, 22 May 2019
US Adult Cancer Deaths Have Dropped, But Heart Disease Deaths Are UpWatch VideoThere are good and bad findings in the CDC's latest report on the two leading causes of death for American adults. 

The number of adults dying from cancer in the U.S. has gone down, but deaths from heart disease appear to be on the rise. 

CDC researchers looked at death certificate data from 1999 to 2017 for...
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A new CDC report shows that while fewer American adults are dying of cancer, more are dying from heart disease.

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