president of the UNITED states, Donald Trump, was quick on the keys on Thursday, according to a new american report concluded that the number of deaths related to cancer are falling for 26. years in a row.
In the report, the CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians, it is apparent that the death rate has fallen 'uninterrupted', from 1991 to 2017. A holding, Trump was not slow to take credit for.
'The u.s. cancer rate is the lowest in history! There's a lot of good news from this administration', wrote the president Thursday on Twitter.
the U.s. Cancer Death Rate Lowest In Recorded History! A lot of good news coming out of this Administration.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 9, 2020
But it is far from the Trump administration's merit that the fatality rate is stagnant. It believes Gary M. Reedy, executive director of the national health organization the American Cancer Society.
'the Decline in the death rate, which is mentioned in our latest report, due to prevention, early detection of cancer and treatment, which was launched several years ago', he writes in a press release, according to CNN.
'Since its deployment has Trump written under the multiple bill, which increases funding for cancer research, but the effects are not a part of the data, which are collected in our report' adds Gary M. Reedy.
President Trump has previously proposed to cut significantly into funding for The National Institute of Health, which is just a researcher in cancer.
the Proposal never ended to be passed in Congress, but the congresswoman from Florida Debbie Wasserman Schultz is not late to remind Trump of it.
On Twitter write Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who themselves have survived breast cancer, that the death rate is falling in spite of Trump and not because of his administration:
'Kræftraten fell before you became president. Hopefully it continues, because Congress declined your cruel research budget, which would cut billions. This is good news in spite of you - not because of you', she writes, in response to Trumps tweet.
Cancer rates dropped before you took office. Hopefully they keep dropping because Congress rejected your cruel research budget, which sought billions in CUTS to @NIH and the National Cancer Institute. This is good news despite you - not because of you https://t.co/gxPvAYSPFe— Debbie Wasserman Schultz (@DWStweets) January 9, 2020
Donald Trump has at the time of writing not commented on the criticism.