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Cancer survival rates are up, according to a report released this week by CDC and NCI. The report found that about one in every 20 adults in the US has survived cancer, including 20 percent of all people over 65, says The New York Times' Pam Belluck. The number of cancer survivors went up by about 20 percent in six years, from 9.8 million in 2001 to 11.7 million in 2007, Belluck adds.

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