Despite significant advancements in prevention and treatment leading to a decline in cancer death rates over the past 30 years, the incidence of cancer is rising in the United States. This year marks a concerning milestone, with the American Cancer Society predicting that for the first time, new cancer cases will exceed 2 million. This equates to nearly 5,500 Americans receiving a cancer diagnosis each day.

Never has there been a more important time to take preventive measures against this chronic disease.

Read more: 2024—First Year the US Expects More than 2M New Cases of Cancer

Cancer Incidence Climbs: Over 2 Million U.S. Cases Anticipated This Year Photo by National Cancer Institute on Unsplash

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