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Opinion

Cancer maps reveal complex picture of inequality

Public health experts traditionally expect to see a very strong pattern of health inequality – the poorer you are, the more likely you are to be unwell and die before your time. But newly available data on cancer incidence rates show that’s not always the case, writes John Glover from Torrens University Australia.