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Age Adjusted Incidence of Cancer per 100,000 US

Primary Site

1973

1999

% Change

Colorectal

57.8

54.3

-6.1

Lung

49.0

63.5

29.6

Breast (Over 50 years)

254.0

390.8

53.9

Ovary (Over 65 years)

50.4

57.8

14.7

Prostate

85.3

174.8

104.9

Childhood (0-14 years)

11.5

14.5

26.0

 

 

 

 

All Sites

385.0

476.1

23.7

 

 

 

 

Source: Cancer-Gate, How to Win the Losing Cancer War, Dr. Samuel Epstein, page 114
Note: Even childhood cancer has increased. Something is wrong, with all the medical advances and reduction in smoking, age adjusted cancer rates are increasing. According to Dr. Epstein, we are losing the war against cancer because of toxins in our environment.