The nation is dying of breast cancer, and Americans aren’t the only ones who’re dying of it.
According to a new report, Americans are dying of “cancer deaths” at a rate of 1,717 per 100,000.
The rate of cancer deaths in the U, S., and Canada is around 5,000 per 100.000.
The report is by the International Cancer Research Fund, which tracks the world’s cancers.
It finds that the cancer rate in the United States has increased by more than 3,000 deaths per year since 2005, with some of that increase occurring due to the use of new and aggressive treatments.
The report notes that there are more than 4.4 million people diagnosed with cancer in the country each year.
While there are many factors that contribute to the rise in cancer deaths, it’s important to note that the rise has been a major issue for the Trump administration.
In June, the president signed a sweeping order banning certain forms of breast and cervical cancer screenings, citing “the increased incidence of these cancers in the current economic climate.”
The executive order also ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to remove language in the 2020 National Environmental Policy Act that specifically prohibits the use or sale of “vulnerable, high-risk, or marginalized populations” as a source of funding.
The administration also proposed a ban on the sale of some types of biofuels that would help reduce the carbon footprint of transportation and energy.
The National Cancer Institute released a report in July 2016 that highlighted the health risks associated with certain types of breast, cervical, and lung cancer, including cancerous tumors and metastases of the lungs.
It found that “a high-protein diet, smoking, obesity, and other factors” are linked to a higher risk of developing breast cancer.
The U.N. estimates that more than 20 million women and girls in developing countries are at risk of cancer and that the number of cancers in developing nations has doubled over the last 15 years.