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Byline: Emily Nash
Trends . Breast cancer deaths down 25%
in last decade due to treatments
About 60,000 deaths have been avoided in the U.S. and Britain due to chemotherapy and Tamoxifen, said The Lancet, a medical journal. About 1 million women use the drug worldwide. It's the first treatment to produce such a rapid fall in death rates.
Many Americans getting more
on-the-job exercise, CDC says
Nearly 44% of working Americans got at least one hour of occupational activity a day on the job or in the home, the Centers for Disease Control said. The study confirmed that 75% do not exercise enough. Adults should participate in …