Tropic of Cancer Causes More Than 40,000 Deaths Worldwide, CDC Says

Tropical of Cancer causes more than 40, 000 deaths worldwide, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Wednesday.

The U.S. Centers for Health and Human Services (CDC) said more than 35,000 people died of the disease in the United States in 2016.

That is a significant increase from just over 17,000 in 2015, and nearly the same number as in 2015.CDC Chief Dr. David Shulkin said the disease is spreading from place to place and “continues to threaten people’s lives, and the lives of their loved ones.”

It is still unclear whether the rise in cases in the U.N. region is linked to climate change, Shulkins said.

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