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Poor, middle-aged Australians are more likely to die from cancer – and the gap is widening

By Kadir Atalay, Associate Professor in Economics, University of Sydney
Rebecca Edwards, Senior Lecturer in Economics, University of Sydney
A gap between rich and the poor in cancer deaths for middle-aged people is growing. Deaths from cancer have fallen over time, but less so in our poorest regions where there is less health care access.The Conversation

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