The most common cause of cancer deaths for black women are due to breast cancer and colorectal cancers while for black men cancers mainly include prostate, lung, and colorectal cancers.
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A new study may show how a deficiency of vitamin D might negatively affect the lungs.
New research has found that a long-known drug to help treat breast cancer may also be used to reduce death risks from lung cancer as well.
Researchers have found that taking aspirin each day can help decrease the risk of dying from cancer by more than 20 percent over the course of five years.
Heart disease patients in Norway, a country where folic acid is not fortified into food, noticed higher cancer and death risks after receiving vitamin B12 and folic acid treatments.