— Most are over the age of 65, and disparities in care remain
by Mike Bassett, Staff Writer, MedPage Today June 24, 2022
A growing -- and aging -- population, combined with advances in early detection and treatment, pushed the number of cancer survivors to new heights this year.
More than 18 million Americans with a history of cancer, two-thirds of them over the age of 65 years, were living in the U.S. as of January 1 of this year, according to Kimberly Miller, MPH, of the American Cancer Society, and colleagues.
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