There are now more than 1.6 million Americans in the United States who have been diagnosed with cancer, according to the National Cancer Institute.
And according to new data released Monday, there are an estimated 6.2 million new cases of cancer each year.
But that doesn’t tell the whole story.
In a nutshell, the numbers show that while we’re getting sicker, there’s a long way to go to stop the spread of the disease.
We have a long ways to go before we reach the eradication of the virus, Dr. William Brantley, the president and CEO of the American Cancer Society, told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria.
So the next step for the American public and doctors is to take the steps necessary to keep them healthy.
We also have to take steps to limit their exposure to the virus.
There are a few key things we can do.
We can start by taking a step to make sure that people are not exposed to the disease, which is why we have seen a significant reduction in the amount of radiation we get.
We’ve seen a reduction in exposure to radiation from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, which melted down and released radiation into the atmosphere, causing some of the worst damage in recent memory.
So we need to do everything possible to keep the people of the United Kingdom, the United states, and other countries from getting sick.
And we need the public to take measures to limit the exposure they receive from the media.
And the other thing is to try to limit what we can get from the government, from the pharmaceutical companies, from health care providers, from our food suppliers, from energy companies.
And finally, we need a focus on the vaccines that are available to the American people and how they’re working.
The U.S. is the only country that hasn’t fully developed a vaccine, but the U.K. is leading the way in vaccine development, and that has been credited with helping the United Nations achieve a partial victory in vaccinating over 1 million people with the virus in 2014.
Dr. Brantly said the best vaccine in the world right now is the vaccine produced by Merck & Co., which is approved for use in the U