The Costs of Cancer

Insurance coverage disparity linked to heightened mortality

include heart disease and diabetes. And while the National Cancer Institute received $5.26 billion for the 2008 budget (a 9.5% increase from previous years), there is no record of how much of that is assigned to study cancer prevention and survival for African Americans.

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    Thank you for doing all the rrcaeesh uncovering these cloaked ‘claims’ for us! I see you have been watching Big Milk along with Big Food for several years and they remain impervious to reason and in fact deliberately hide evidence. Maybe there is need for another documentary by Michael Moore! Then more folk might see it and enjoy the Big ____ embarrassment! Mahri

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