A high proportion of cancer occurs primarily in older persons, and incidence of the major cancers is greater. This, combined with the expansion of an aging America, is bound to have far reaching effects on the nation's healthcare industry.
This summary of a workshop held in October 2006, reviews the various important implications of changing demographics and the cancer disease burden in the United States.
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