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Imagine that cancer doesn't exist.

How much would be saved each year (NHS spending etc)?
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Probably not as much as if alcohol or obesity didn't exist.

However, it's not really a sensible question as people are going to die of something - someone dying of cancer may be a cheaper option than years of caring for that person with dementia in later life.
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