Childhood cancer survival rates growing

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Childhood cancer survival has increased in Australia by 6% over recent decades, but one in five kids affected will still die within five years, new Cancer Council figures have revealed. Around 95 children under the age of 15 die from cancer each year in Australia. The latest data shows a reduction in mortality rates overall,

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