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"Rising unemployment and reduced public health spending in the two years after the 2008 financial crisis led to an estimated 260,000 additional cancer deaths in the countries of the Organisation for Economic Development (OECD), according to a new study in The Lancet.", www.ctvnews.ca
"The economic crisis of 2008-10, and the rise in unemployment that accompanied it, was associated with more than 260,000 excess cancer-related deaths -- including many considered treatable, according to an international study. The researchers found that excess cancer burden was mitigated in countries with universal health coverage and in those that increased health care spending.", www.sciencedaily.com
"The 2008 recession didn’t just cost people their jobs, a new study has found — it cost 260,000 people their lives. In a study released Wednesday by the Lancet, researchers linked unemployment during the 2008-2010 recession to an increase in cancer deaths worldwide. This is the first time unemployment has been linked to cancer deaths, the study’s authors wrote. It may help government officials understand how the health-care system can protect citizens during an economic downturn. The researchers found that the recession was tied to an additional 260,000 deaths from cancer in 34 countries, including the US, Canada, Australia and the UK. As people lose access to health care or can no longer afford to visit the doctor, deaths from treatable diseases increase, the study found. The researchers looked specifically at colorectal, pancreatic and lung cancer, as well as breast cancer in women and prostate cancer in men. They found that the mortality rate of", nypost.com
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