>Cancer struck 1,228,000 Americans for
>the first time in 1998, and 564,800 Americans died of cancer in
>1998. A man's chances of getting cancer during his lifetime are
>now 48% (about 1 out of 2) and a woman's chances are now 38%
>(about 4 out of 10). Clearly, we have a very long way to go
>before we can claim that the "war on cancer" has been won.
>Ref: Lynn A.G. Ries and others, SEER CANCER STATISTICS REVIEW,
1973-1995 (Bethesda, Maryland: National Cancer Institute, 1998).
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