Mandates for healthcare worker vaccination are strongly supported by the committee.
Incidence increased from 2004 to 2018 and among non-Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander women and those aged 20 to 39 years.
During 2014 to 2018, the incidence continued to increase slowly for female breast cancer and remained stable for prostate cancer.
The risk for both all-cause and cancer-specific death increased for cancer survivors with a combination of prolonged sitting and inactivity.
From 2010 to 2019, the largest percentage increase in numbers of cases and deaths occurred in low and middle-low sociodemographic index quintiles.
No significant difference was observed in 30-day mortality for fully vaccinated versus unvaccinated cancer patients with COVID-19.
Among men, the incidence of OPC increased nationally 2.7% per year, particularly among men ages 65 years and older and non-Hispanic white men (more than 3% per year).
The two leading causes of death continued to be heart disease and cancer, with COVID-19 the third leading cause of death in 2020.
In addition, the rates of metastatic disease increased across all races, but particularly among Black men.
Among adults in whom breast, prostate or colorectal cancer has been diagnosed, 40% report using dietary supplements.
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