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In the last decade, death rates were on a decline but increased in the next six years.
The Fiscal Year 2018 death rate in ICE immigration detention was 2.3 per 100,000 detainees, a 39% drop relative to the rate for FY2017.
"The improvements in death rates from breast cancer are due to national screening programmes, early diagnosis and improvements in the management and treatment of the disease."
Martin Ledwick, of Cancer Research UK, said that investigation was needed into the causes of male death rates.
The nation's cancer death rate was increasing until the early 1990s.
Kisumu stands fifth with a death rate of 14.1, Homa Bay is seventh with 13.5, followed by Migori with 13.In second place countrywide is Vihiga with a death rate of 17 per 1,000 people, followed by Elgeyo-Marakwet (15) and Taita-Taveta (14.7).
And the disparities in some populations are troubling, according to the study: Stroke death rates rose by 6 percent in the Hispanic population every year 2013-2015, data show.
In 2015, the majority of overdose death rates among male and female teens were unintentional, however, young girls were more than twice as likely to commit suicide through overdosing, the CDC said.
Meanwhile, death rates increased for cancers of the liver, pancreas, and brain in men and for liver and uterine cancer in women.
DEATH rates following a hospital admission at the weekend are higher than during the week only because fewer patients are admitted and they tend to be more unwell - skewing the figures, according to a new study.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we bring you the states with the highest breast cancer death rates per 100,000 in women, according to the numbers presented on HealthIndicators.Gov, the data hub for the U.S.
This analysis combined findings from eight HIV study groups (cohorts) in Europe and the United States that had data necessary for an analysis of how smoking affects death rates in people with HIV.
Death rates for liver cancer have been rising for some time among both men and women, while rates of colon and rectal cancer continue to decline from historic highs in the 1940s, the American Cancer Society reported.
Among 2011 models--the most recent year included in the study--a record nine vehicles have driver death rates of zero.