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U.S. cancer death rate sees largest-ever single-year drop

U.S. cancer death rate sees largest-ever single-year drop

The death rate from cancer in the United States saw the largest ever single-year decline between 2016 and 2017 since rates began declining in 1992, according to a new report from the American Cancer Society. The increased survival rate was mainly due to advances in the treatment of lung cancer. This deceleration in lung cancer deaths spurred an overall drop in cancer mortality of 2.2% from 2016 to 2017, according to the report. Lung cancer is the leading cause of death from cancer in the United States, accounting for about 27% of all cancer deaths — more than breast, prostate, colorectal,...

January 9, 2020
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Pence announces Biden's victory after Congress completes electoral count

Pence announces Biden's victory after Congress completes electoral count

Vice President Mike Pence announced just after 3:40 a.m. Thursday that President-elect Joe Biden had won the presidency after Congress completed the counting of the Electoral College votes. What was largely seen as a perfunctory last step before Mr. Biden's inauguration had turned into a day of chaos after an angry mob of rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol in an effort to halt the process. Latest Updates: Lawmakers call for Trump's removal after assault on Capitol Congress had to recess for nearly six hours after the angry mob of President Trump's supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol,...

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Satellite images show iceberg bigger than Seattle break away from Antarctic glacier

Satellite images show iceberg bigger than Seattle break away from Antarctic glacier

Satellite images from the European Space Agency show when a massive iceberg split from a glacier in Antarctica on Tuesday. Combined, the images demonstrate how icebergs — the size of major cities and small countries — are breaking off into the ocean at a faster rate due to the earth's changing climate. Captured over three years, the images were combined into a time-lapse animation by Adrian Luckman, a satellite imaging glaciologist and professor of geology at Swansea University in Wales. Together, they show three major calving events — the term for when intact chunks of ice split off into...

February 14, 2020
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