Phoenix, Arizona is a city known for its incredible beauty and vibrant community.

But there is a hidden price to the city’s popularity.

A study by Arizona State University researchers has found that Phoenix has a higher rate of hospitalizations related to cancer than any other US metro area.

In fact, Phoenix has the highest hospitalizations rate of any US metro, with a rate of 17 per 100,000 people.

The study is published in the American Journal of Physical Therapy.

The researchers looked at hospitalizations for various cancers in the Phoenix metropolitan area, and found that cancer patients had a higher than average number of hospital stays.

The study looked at patients who had a diagnosis of cancer between December 2015 and January 2016.

They identified 1,072 cancer patients and 818 cancer patients who were not diagnosed with cancer.

Cancer patients had an average of 13 hospital stays a day.

About 70 percent of the cancer patients were female.

Dr. Mark Niedermayer, the lead author of the study and a professor of physical therapy at the Arizona State Health Sciences Center, said that this finding is concerning because of the health consequences of cancer.

He said that patients who are hospitalized more often than not, because of chronic diseases and lack of care, may be at greater risk of serious complications.

He said patients who receive medical care at the hospital are also at higher risk of a complication.

Niedermaying said the higher rates of cancer hospitalizations in the Arizona metro areas are a problem that has been documented by other researchers.

He said that he is hoping to find a solution to this problem by developing a program to provide physical therapy to cancer patients.