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Article written by Newcastle MEP Jude Kirton-Darling after she met with EASL Scientific Committee member Dr Helen Louise Reeves, other NE hepatologists and EASL EU Director of Public Affairs, Fiona Godfrey in Newcastle, UK, recently.
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Cancer Death Rates Set for 'Dramatic Fall'

Cancer related deaths are predicted to fall dramtically by 2030. Improvements in diagnosis as well as treatments coupled with people adopting healthier lifestyles can result in a significant drop in death rates.

Death rates from ovarian and breast cancer are predicted to decrease significantly, where as liver cancer related deaths are on the rise to become the most proliferent killer by 2030.

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