Health Rewind: Cervical Cancer Up Among Black Seniors

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Women: Lung Cancer is Killing Us

Only 22 percent of women know that lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death among women, according to a new survey. Most of the study's respondents (51 percent) thought breast cancer was the number one cancer killer. Researchers from the American Lung Association believe that more lung health campaigns are needed. Plus doctors need to warn their female patients of the dangers of smoking.

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