Cancer deaths 'higher in north' : Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service


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Research shows that cancer mortality is higher in the north of England compared to the South and Midlands.


  • Publication date18 June 2008
  • ContributorLeon Green
  • CopyrightBBC

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