WHO: 7.6 Million People Die Of Cancer Disease Every Year
(WHO) world health organization found that 7.6 million people die from cancer among the AIDS, Malaria and tuberculosis. Around 12 million people surviving from diagnosed cancer every year. Dr. Andreas Ullrich who are a prefacer of WHO Department of cancer control told that two third of cancer-related deaths occur in countries where source available for cancer control and service are no more limited or non-existent.
But Dr. also has good news that two out of five cancers are potentially preventable. Component of cancer prevention-smoking cessation, maintaining a healthy diet and regular exercise as well as limiting alcohol use. (Healthabs.com report)
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