The risk of death from cancer in men is higher than women?
Data published by Cancer Research UK shows that 4.6 million men die from the disease each year worldwide. While in women, ‘only’ about 3.5 million mortality was found.
“This difference occurs because the type of cancer that is contracted by men are types that are difficult to treat such as bladder cancer, liver cancer, lung cancer, and esophageal cancer. Additionally compared to women, men are also less concerned with theirhealth. They are also more likely to smoke, which becomes one of the highest causes of the emergence of cancer, “said Ormiston-Smith, head of statistics at Cancer Research UK.
In addition, these data also indicate that the fourth biggest cancer killer worldwide are lung cancer, liver cancer, stomach cancer, and colon cancer.
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