Posted April 06, 2020 11:59:10In Nebraska, the researchers found that the state had the highest rate of invasive cancer deaths.
In a similar report released in 2016, they found that Texas and California had the most invasive cancers, but found that all three states had low rates of cancer deaths and had relatively low rates for other cancers.
Nebraska has some of the highest rates of invasive cancers in the country.
In fact, according to the report, the state has the second highest incidence of invasive lung cancer in America.
According to the study, the rate of cancers that cause death in Nebraska was 4,857 per 100,000 residents in 2015.
In comparison, in the U.S., the rate was 1,037 per 100.000.
In the report for this year, researchers also looked at the overall cancer death rate for Nebraska, looking at the total number of people diagnosed with each cancer and the overall rate for the entire state.
Nebras rate of cancer death was highest in the western part of the state, with 965 deaths per 100 000 residents.
The eastern part of Nebraska was at the bottom of the list with just 1,069 deaths per 10,000.
Nebras rates of lung cancer deaths were similar across the state.
The western part had the lowest number of lung cancers diagnosed, but the eastern part had more lung cancers than the western and the eastern parts.
The researchers found the top three cancer sites in the state are lung cancer, stomach cancer and prostate cancer.
Lung cancer is the most common cancer for men and women, but lung cancer rates in Nebraska are lower than those in most other states.
The report also found that a high percentage of cancers in Nebraska were caused by DNA damage, and that most cancers were diagnosed in women.
The researchers noted that the vast majority of the lung cancers in this study were not diagnosed in patients with underlying cancer.