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Saturday, July 16, 2011

Men are more risk of dying from cancer than women

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Health-Net: Epidemiology journal Cancer, Biomarkers & Prevention released the latest research on diseases that attack the body's cell growth is not normal. The result is men are more at risk of death from esophageal cancer in women.

According to Doctor Michael B. Cook there some deadly type of cancer that is lip cancer, hypofaring, esophagus and bladder. Men are more at risk of dying than women, he told Huffingtonpost on Tuesday, July 12, 2011.

Cook details the possibility of men die from lip cancer than 100 thousand inhabitants is 5.5 men to 1 woman. Hypofaring As for cancer, esophageal and bladder each man 4:47, 4:08 and 3.36 men to 1 woman man.

Several types of cancers such as lung and large USU men were at risk of attack. Smoking is one of the reasons why men are more at risk of getting cancer, said Cook.

This is the first study that compares the likelihood of the cancer risk of dying men than women. So important to detect cancer early, says Doctor Rachel Ceballos from Hutchinson Cancer Research Center who praised the study.

UN agencies that deal with health, WHO, estimated that 84 million people will die from cancer in 2005 to 2015. In 2005, according to WHO, about 7.6 million people died of cancer. More than 70 percent occur in middle-income countries and low.

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