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Colorado is doing relatively well in addressing the kinds of deaths that people can prevent through healthy habits and routine screenings, and medical advances are allowing people to live longer with diseases like cancer, said Cathy Bradley, dean of the Colorado School of Public Health. Those same strategies don’t work as well in preventing deaths from drugs or alcohol, she said. “It’s very different,” she said.