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Men likelier to get diagnosed with cancer than women

Saturday, 8 December 2012
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Sydney, December 08:

Men have more chances to lose their battle from cancer than women, a study has found.

It has also been found that men are also more likely to be diagnosed with cancer as compared to the fairer sex, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.

The Cancer Council Victoria study is a reminder for men to cut their cancer risk, with the difference put down to factors such as smoking and alcohol consumption among men, said chief Todd Harper. (ANI)

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