Research policy and review 16. Geographical disparities in state cancer-prevention policies: the need for strong federal intervention
Analysis of changes in cancer mortality rates and cancer prevention programs shows that the states that experienced the sharpest increase in cancer mortality during the last thirty years have the weakest cancer-prevention programs. The federal government should intervene to increase cancer prevention, especially in these laggard states.
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