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The GuardianCancer's rising toll will kill 9.6 million people this yearThe GuardianGlobally 18.1 million new cancer cases are expected this year, as many as third of them brought on by smoking and obesity. Sarah Boseley Health editor. Wed 12 Sep 2018 12.20 EDT Last modified on Wed 12 Sep 2018 12.22 EDT. Share on Facebook ...More than 18 million new cancer cases expected worldwide this yearHealioCancer will kill nearly 10 million people this year, report estimatesNews8000.com - WKBTCancers 'rising around the world'BBC NewsNational Postall 41 news articlesNEXT ARTICLE
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