Multiple factors have contributed to recent reductions in cancer mortality, including declines in smoking rates, treatment advances and better screening. But a key question remains: how much have recent developments in oncology treatments contributed to the decline of cancer mortality in the USA?

In a new study, PRECISIONheor experts found new cancer treatments accounted for a 24% decline in US cancer deaths from the 15 most common tumor types combined from 2000 to 2016..

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