Journal of Oncology Translational Research

ISSN: 2476-2261

Open Access

Program against Cancer in Myanmar, Burma


El Hadji Seydou Mbaye

Introduction: Worldwide, one in eight deaths is thanks to cancer. Cancer aim more deaths than AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined. When countries are grouped consistent with economic development, cancer is that the leading explanation for death in developed countries and therefore the second leading explanation for death in developing countries. Rates of cancers common in Western countries will still rise in developing countries if preventive measures aren't widely applied. Projections sustained the GLOBOCAN 2012 appraisal predict a substantive merger to 19.3 million new cancer cases per annum by 2025, thanks to growth and ageing of the worldwide population. Incidence has been increasing in most regions of the world, but there are huge inequalities between rich and poor countries. More than haulable cancers (56.8%) and cancer deaths (64.9%) in 2012 occurred in less developed regions of the planet , and these proportions will increase further by 2025. By 2030, the worldwide burden is predicted to grow to 21.4 million new cancer cases and 13.2 million cancer deaths. Rates of cancers will continue to rise by 2035 with 23,980,858 new cancer cases.


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