Global Cancer Facts and Figures 4th Edition
The Global Fight against Excess Body Weight 61 What Is the American Cancer Society Doing to Help Reduce Excess Body Weight and the Associated Cancer Burden? 62 References 63 The Global Fight against Cancer 67 Worldwide Tobacco Use 67 The Role of the American Cancer Society 68 References 69 Sources of Statistics 70 Incidence and Mortality Rates 70
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