Having a better survival rate for cancer doesn't necessarily mean you're…

Having a better survival rate for cancer doesn't necessarily mean you're treating cancer better.

The problem here is simple: survival rates don't necessarily measure when people die. They also measure when they're diagnosed — and sometimes, that's all they measure.

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Is America better at treating cancer than Europe?
America spends much more on medical care than any other country. But are we getting anything for it?

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