Becker's Healthcare September 21, 2022
Erica Carbajal

Heart disease, cancer, diabetes and other noncommunicable diseases now outnumber infectious diseases as the “top killers globally,” according to a new report from the World Health Organization. 

The report, “Invisible numbers: The true extent of noncommunicable disease and what to do about them,” found noncommunicable diseases are responsible for nearly three-quarters of global deaths, killing 41 million people every year. That includes 17 million people under...

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