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Malaria may be killing around twice as many people as experts previously thought, and it could also be hitting older children and adults _ long considered the least susceptible _ a new study suggests.
For years, it was assumed that young women in poor countries had a higher risk of dying in childbirth than from cancer. But a new study shows that's changing _ experts say breast and cervical cancers are killing more women than labor in over 60 developing countries.