Brain Cancer Death Rates Among Children and Teens Aged 1–19 Years,* by Sex† and Age Group — United States, 2013–2015

The dots are not being connected. In 2006 the power grid turned on the so called “smart technology”. We have been inundated with 24/7 pulsed modulated microwave spectrum radio waves. We drew concern back then about the outdated standards from the FCC, deemed acceptable for humans and animals by the FCC. All Federal and State agencies have hid behind these standards. The cell phones back then had warnings about keeping a distance from ones ears and limits regarding usage. The only Warnings or acknowledgements from Doctors was to warn those with pacemakers to avoid being near radio wave devices. We have an epidemiological history now. Where are the studies?

We have propaganda driven statements that there is not danger living with smart meters, yet there are thousands of victims who are ill from the exposure.

The noise pollution is as much a part of this issue. It has destroyed my quality of life. I have written about this adnauseum, so I won’t expound here. If you are interested you can visit my http://www.Sandaura.wordpress.com blog for more details.

What has been exposed in the Trump debacle is that people find a hard time making simple choices. telling the truth, putting humanity first. I have experienced this first hand and it has angered and frustrated me. I see now, that even human lives, Black Lives Matter, etc. children dying from environmental pollution such as bad water doesn’t even get Politicians to do the right thing. What becomes urgent; by allowing the population to become sicker and sicker it will impact everyone of us in one way or another as it is happening now. Bad judgment will permeate common sense decision making, desperation and survival with create desperation and despair. It is happening now. It is like the walking dead out there. People not caring about our Democracy. Truth is being assaulted every day. This is not healthy; it is a problem that will destroy us all. We all deserve to live a healthy life and the only way to do this is to address the issues that are killing us……..Sandaura

QuickStats: Brain Cancer Death Rates Among Children and Teens Aged 1–19 Years,* by Sex and Age Group — United States, 2013–2015

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* Includes International Classification of Disease, Tenth Revision underlying cause of death code, brain cancer (C71), for a total of 1,562 deaths during 2013–2015.

 Difference in rates for males and females tested for significance at p<0.05.

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The death rate for brain cancer, the most common cancer cause of death for children and teens aged 1–19 years, was 24% higher in males (0.73 per 100,000) than females (0.59) aged 1–19 years during 2013–2015. Death rates were higher for males than females for all age groups, but the difference did not reach statistical significance for the age group 5–9 years. Death rates caused by brain cancer were highest at ages 5–9 years (0.98 for males and 0.85 for females).
Sources: National Vital Statistics System mortality data. https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/deaths.htm. NCHS data brief, no 257. https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/products/databriefs/db257.htm.

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Reported by: Sally C. Curtin, MA, scurtin@cdc.gov, 301-458-4142; Arialdi M. Minino, MPH; Robert N. Anderson, PhD.

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Suggested citation for this article: QuickStats: Brain Cancer Death Rates Among Children and Teens Aged 1–19 Years, by Sex and Age Group — United States, 2013–2015. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 2017;66:461. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15585/mmwr.mm6617a5External.

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