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Wednesday, December 2, 2009

U.K. Cancer Death Rate Is 38% Higher Than In U.S.

Dick Morris, writing at BigGovernment.

"The Guardian, the UK’s left wing daily, estimated that “up to 10,000 people” are dying each year of cancer “because their condition is diagnosed too late, according to research by the government’s director of cancer services.” While many people die because of late detection due to their own negligence, there is no reason to believe this self-neglect is more common in the UK than in the US."

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