Cancer Global Killer
The disease accounts for 7.4 million deaths worldwide. It’s the leading cause of death worldwide, causing around 13% of all deaths worldwide.
Ovarian Cancer begins in your ovaries, which produce female hormones and eggs. There are 3 types of Ovarian Cancers epithelial, germ cell & stromal cell.
Lung Cancer Facts & Statistics
Lung Cancer starts in the lungs as a growth of abnormal cells and often metastasizes, spreading to other organs in the body. It is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths. Here are the main risk factors, types, detection methods and treatments.
Compared to other cancers, brain cancer is rare. 1 in 165 people are estimated to be diagnosed with brain cancer in their lifetime.
Cervical Cancer Infographic
In 2007, 12,290 women were diagnosed with cervical cancer. Cervical cancer can be prevented when girls 11+ get the HPV vaccine. Most cases of cervical cancer are found in women under 50.
Facts about Cancer
Linus Pauling, a two-time Nobel laureate once said, “Everyone should know that the ‘war on cancer’ is largely a fraud. “perhaps nothing strikes at the very heart of an individual quite like hearing the word “cancer.” And while survival rates have increased in recent years, there’s still no denying cancer is becoming the number 1 killer of the human species.
Alternative Therapies & Cancer
Cancer is the leading cause of death for people ages 35-64, and the second leading cause for people over 65. Research is still being done on the benefits of alternative therapies for cancer patients, but there is strong evidence to show that treatments like message, acupuncture, and reiki can offer patients much-needed relief from symptoms and the adverse effects of treatments like radiation and chemotherapy.
Deaths from Cancer in US Drop
Overall death rates by cancer decreased by 23 percent in men and 15 percent in women between 1990/1991 and 2008 as advances in cancer screening and treatment prevented more than a million deaths from cancer, according to the American Cancer Society’s annual report.
Breast Cancer Facts
There are twice as many new breast cancer cases annually than new cases of cancer in any other site. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in European women with an estimated incidence of 450.322 in 2008. Incidence in the EU-27 in 2008 was estimated to be 332.670.
Sun, Summer Safety, and Cancer
As we reach the peak season of the summer sun, wisdom suggests that we pay greater attention to protecting our skin. Yet, there are questions about the best way to do this. Should we avoid the sun? Is all sun exposure bad for us? Are all sunscreens created equal?