The Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer.

Americans’ threat of dying from tumor continues to decline The nation’s leading cancer organizations report that Americans’ risk of dying from cancer continues to decline and that the rate of new cancers is holding steady. The ‘Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer, 1975-2002,’ released in the Oct. 5, 2005, problem of the Journal of the National Cancers Institute, shows observed tumor death rates from all cancers combined dropped 1 .1 % per year from 1993 to 2002.

America’s Health Insurance Plans launches marketing campaign in Ohio for nationwide universal health America’s Health Insurance Programs on Tuesday launched a fresh grassroots marketing campaign designed to build support for workable healthcare reform based on core concepts shared by the American people: insurance coverage, affordability, quality, value, choice and portability, the business said, CQ HealthBeat reviews. The nationwide Advertising campaign for an American Answer began with a public achieving in Columbus, Ohio, between uninsured AHIP and occupants President and CEO Karen Ignagni. It had been very important to get out of Washington to listen to what rank-and-file people are saying, Ignagni said.

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