More than 11.7 million Americans have some form of invasive cancer, and more than 560,000 die each year, making cancer the nation’s second leading cause of death. It’s also the third most expensive U.S. health condition, after heart disease and trauma, according to the U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. The good news: Overall, cancer rates have been falling since 1999. Experts say environmental causes, including poor lifestyle choices, cause up to two-thirds of cancer cases in the U.S. Reduce your risk by eating healthy, exercising, taking recommended screening tests, and not smoking.

Source: http://www.webmd.com/healthy-aging/medical-cost-disability-11/slideshow

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