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Cancer Institutes Natl. Minority Cancer Awareness WeekThe Cancer Institute of New Jersey is making experts, risk factors, prevention and treatment options for the different types of cancer in in ethnic and racial minorities during this National Minority Cancer discuss Awareness Week . The American Cancer Society and National Cancer Institute, choose Mark because of high because of the high cancer rates and deaths for these populations. In the United States.

Approximately 63,000 African Americans died of cancer. – The most commonly diagnosed cancers among African-American men are prostate, lung and colon cancer. – Among African-American women the most common cancers are breast, lung and colon cancer. – diagnosed over 99,000 new cases of cancer in Hispanic men and women in the past year. Among Hispanics, there were 29,000 deaths from cancer. – Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among Hispanic men, while lung cancer makes up the largest proportion of deaths in Hispanic men. – Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer and the leading cause of cancer death among Hispanic women.. – African Americans have the highest death rate and shortest survival time after the diagnosis of racial and ethnic groups in the U.S. For most cancers – About 150,000 new cases of cancer were African Americans diagnosed in 2009.The first paper, 30 to 01.00 in CampusCenter Ballroom, are come with summarizes the Black Heritage in technology. Later, made 4-5:30 clock at Tiernan Lecture I, West will discussing the growing awareness of noise as injurious to health in hospital and what noise can control the benefit of patients and staff.

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