Up to 12 million new cancerous tumors were detected. The trend could grow dramatically. Developed countries suffer especially from this type of diseases. Recently Scott Kahan sought to clarify these questions. The number of cancer cases rose 20% in the world in the last decade until twelve million new detections per year, as it reported Wednesday the Global Fund for research of Cancer (WCRF, its acronym in English). The Organization warned that the incidence of the disease could increase dramatically in the coming years and stressed that cases of cancer are detected each year are already four times more HIV infections (2.6 million) and many can be prevented. The WCRF, which brings together organizations non-profit organization dedicated to research and the prevention of cancer, stressed that 2.8 million cases which are detected per year are linked to diet, physical activity and overweight.
Developed countries suffer especially the ctos of noncommunicable diseases such as cancer (7 of the 12 million annual cases occur in the first world) and other conditions associated with sedentary lifestyle and a diet balanced little, such as diabetes or heart and respiratory ailments. United Nations global solutions held the next 19 and 20 September a Summit in New York to discuss possible solutions to contain the rise of non-communicable diseases, a meeting in which, in the opinion of the WCRF, must agree robust policies at the global level to prevent millions of preventable deaths.Cancer, as well as other conditions related to the lifestyle, is one of the biggest challenges that we face today in day. There is much at stake, they are at risk millions of lives, said Martin Wiseman, Scientific Adviser to the Organization, in a report. Wiseman said that many people don’t yet know that factors such as alcohol consumption and obesity increase the risk of cancer.Society deters people from adopting healthy habits. From television commercials until the price of the meal they discourage the population to improve their customs, analyzed the scientist. While the incidence of cancer is higher in rich countries, where the population tends to be more prone to obesity, and more sedentary disease also affects increasingly in developing nations, where health infrastructure lacks the capacity to face up to the problem. Source of the news: warn an increase of 20% of all cancer cases in the world during the last decade