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HealthDay Reporter SATURDAY, Dec. 3, 2016 (HealthDay News) Cancer cases rose 33 percent worldwide in the past 10 years, a new study shows. In. Worldwide Cancer Rates Up More Than One-Third in Past Decade: Report Privacy & Trust Info SATURDAY, Dec. 3, 2016 (HealthDay News) Cancer cases rose 33 percent worldwide in the past 10 years, a new study shows.

In 2015, there were 17.5 million diagnoses and 8.7 million deaths in the world from the disease, the researchers found. Worldwide Cancer Rates Up More Than One-Third in Past Decade: Report Cancer cases rose 33 percent worldwide in the past 10 years, a new study shows. Read more. SATURDAY, Dec.

3, 2016 (HealthDay News)—Cancer cases rose 33 percent worldwide in the past 10 years, a new study shows. In 2015, there were 17.5 million diagnoses and 8.7 million deaths in the world from the disease, the researchers found. SATURDAY, Dec. 3, 2016 (HealthDay News) Cancer cases rose 33 percent worldwide in the past 10 years, a new study shows.

In 2015, there were 17.5 million diagnoses and 8.7 million deaths in the world from the disease, the researchers found. Global cancer rates up more than one-third in last decade According to a new study the rise in cancer cases is mainly due to population ageing and growth, along with changes in age-specific cancer. As of 2016, the cancer death rate for men and women combined had fallen 27% from its peak in 1991. This decline translates to about 1.5% per year and more than 2.6 million deaths avoided between 1991 and 2016. The drop in cancer mortality is mostly due to steady reductions in smoking and advances in early detection and treatment.

But not all. By The Numbers In the past few decades the risk of contracting some form of cancer has risen worldwide from 1 in 3 to 1 in 2 people. This is a frightening trendbut requires a little background. Since the early part of the 20th century, the world’s population has increased by 4000%, from 1.8.

Cancer frequency. This is a list of countries by cancer frequency, as measured by the number of new cancer cases per 100,000 population among countries, based on the 2018 GLOBOCAN statistics and including all cancer types (some earlier statistics excluded non-melanoma skin cancer).The numbers are age standardized and data is only available for 50 countries and territories, the majority in. Cancer was responsible for around 153 deaths per 100,000 population in the United States in 2017.

The death rate for cancer has steadily decreased since the 1990’s, but cancer.

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In 2003, the American Cancer Society indicated an incidence in the USA of nearly 10/100,000 population, and the reported incidence has been increasing by more than 5%/ year for a decade [16].

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The American Cancer Society predicts there will be 56,460 new cases discovered in 2012.81 The yearly incidence rate has increased by about 6% each year, resulting in a rate that has more than doubled since 1970 (Figure 58.6).

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In most parts of Africa, South-Central Asia and Central America, cervical cancer accounts for 7–13% of all newly diagnosed cancers, with an incidence of 30–40 new cases per 100,000 population (Cancer Research UK, 2005).

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Global patterns show that for men and women combined, nearly half of the new cases, and more than half of the cancer deaths worldwide in 2018 are estimated to occur in Asia, in part because the region has nearly 60% of the global population.

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Perhaps unsurprisingly, five-year survival rates for cancer were higher for children living in major cities (81 per cent) compared with those living in outer regional (78 per cent) and very remote areas (75 per cent) of Australia.

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The age-adjusted cancer death rate in the US was actually lower in 1996 than in 1970, despite increasing cancer deaths from past smoking, and adjusted for smoking the rate has been declining steadily since 1970 by about 17 percent.

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It is expected that the number of cancer-related deaths may double in the next 50 years and global cases of cancer will rise to 15 million new cases by 2020, when the world population reaches 7.5 billion.

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With this estimated growth in cancer from 1.3 million to 2.6 million cases per year, it is expected that both the number and proportion of older persons with cancer will also rise dramatically.

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In the United States, more than 1.5 million people are diagnosed with cancer annually.3 Nearly 600,000 Americans die of cancer every year; the current five-year survival rate is only 67 percent.

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Annual incidence rates of cancer are about 75 and 80 per 100 men and women respectively or around 8,00,000 new cancers per year.

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  • I heard that the Global warming is normal. The Earth since ever cooled down and up. But the problem is that we start measuring the temps of the earth right at a cool earth season. Because of that it always get warmer. They could measure the temps of the earth before infact measuring the temps with air in ice or so.
    And in past it even was way hotter, so it may will be even hotter.
    Could that be reasonable?

  • Every one should drive an electric car, solar panels should be in ever building and ever state and country should own a dam and windmills.

  • I believe that Rf radiation is behind a lot of it. You will start to see cancer accumulating more and more. And the patients will get younger and younger over time. Mark my words.

  • It is Not the using of salt! It is all animal product japanese people eat nowadays. After the war in japan there wasnt much ill persons back than it is today. Cause japan was getting wealthy so they could bought more and more meat fish eggs and dairy products. It is not the salt consume….how about gyudon and sukiyaki and how about all these fast food chains growing and so the cancer….think about it

  • Chemtrails are the Nuclear War on the people. Chemtrails Block Sunlight 85% of the time. Blocking sunlight makes people sick and kills.
    Watch “Chemtrails Exposed By Pilots, Doctors, & Scientists Soil & Water Tested High In Aluminum & Barium” on YouTube
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  • Title should read, Are men suffering most? Instead it reads. Are men to blame. I genuinely think that’s abhorrently abusive in this day and age for a company like the FT to be inflaming gender issues and with so much mental health awareness, why not give guys one more thing to be blamed for,

  • Move to a country that takes environmental protection and water, food etc. safety seriously and has a proper healthcare system. Don’t smoke, don’t drink (too much), don’t eat fast food or other crap too often. Work out and don’t tell yourself that you are/will become ill some day. I think then you are giving yourself the best chance to stay healthy. And I really think being opimistic and carefree about it and not thinking about it all the time is very important. You can cause all kinds of shitty psychosmatic things for your body if you are convinced you have an illness.

  • A huge percent of it is because of genetics. If cancer patients stopped having kids then the gen would stop for that particular cancer. Sadly everyone feels they need to reproduce even if their gene pool is horrible.

  • No men arnt to blame its up to women when they give birth to kids or not after all its u women who use birth contral like the rod the pill and jab to limit the chances u falling pregnant until u disided to have a kid or not

  • Heres the best question why does anyone even want kids? You have to sacrifice yr whole life for it because its a full time and a half job to do and yeah sure you could say “well id be lonely” but what is it in every one of that mindlessly orders us to reproduce? When in this era its not needed. This planet is overpopulated. We are creatures of logic and reason so why give it to what yr private parts orders us to do? We should all be better than this reproduction is worthless cancer that needs to be controlled.

  • 70% increase in diagnosis rates. Welcome to better global healthcare, and people living long enough to get cancer instead of dying from communicable tropical disease.

  • The LAST thing the planet needs is MORE PEOPLE.

    There are too many of us. As soon as it became possible, people stopped going shopping. “I hate driving to the store, finding a parking spot, waiting in line, maybe getting stuck in traffic” online shopping saved us a lot of that trouble.

    We compete for EVERYTHING:
    jobs
    a spot on the freeway
    acceptance to a good college
    promotion at work
    -etc

    Search on “decline in fertility” without a country name and you’ll see IT’S HAPPENING in EVERY COUNTRY

    It’s Mother Nature saying “you people breed too much”

    We do NOT NEED any new people.

    Look at all those homeless!
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  • EVERY WOMAN NEEDS TO HAVE 3 BABIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Just to keep the population level ;p;p;p

    If she wants a man, She can have one??????? not the other way around
    only 50% of men get to pass their genes due to female sexual selection…..

  • Our government is killing everyone, it’s called depopulation!!! stop donating to cancer research. Aspirin a day keeps the doctor away.

  • Hahahaha ��. FT, learn about MGTOW, and Red Pill. You’re globalist scam, with your radical left footsoldiers are losing. It’s all about the economy right? Wrong. Feminism as a political and social economical WEAPON, will backfire. I will relax then, and enjoy the show.

  • EVERY WOMAN NEEDS TO HAVE 3 BABIES! Just to keep the population level….. So WHO IS REALLY AT FAULT!!!????????? ;p;p;p

    If She wants a man She can have one………..!
    not the other way around.

  • “Blame”? Curious approach. Why be antagonistic? For what are black people to blame for? Or women? Or middle-children? Short people?
    Women bear children and experience menopause so they are asked about bearing children; a man may decide to have children, yet may lack a willing womb so asking him may be pointless.
    I’m genuinely shocked that people are making such thoughtless and intolerant headlines as this at a time when there is so much unnecessary division. This is a deeply anti-feminist approach.

  • For many, a job doesn’t provide the same standard of living that it used to. People have to tighten their belts somehow, and as property prices go ever higher, the cost of living for those who rent or pay mortgages, gets even worse. The system disproportionately favours property owners over workers. The former get all the tax breaks, the latter get actually penalised for working more. It’s a perverse system that must change unless the goal is to flood the entire country with immigrants from poor countries who are better off in a developed country.

  • Could FT clarify if the figure of 82% of women aged between 35 and 39 being able to get pregnant within 3 years is using ART (assisted reproductive tech) or natural pregnancy.

  • The irony, men are pretty proud and constantly blaming them for every stupid think you can come up with will just make thinks worst… unless its all true hah… fck:D I give up guys.