Capital of Cancer
Denmark is the world’s cancer capital, 326 out of every 100 thousand people in the country reportedly have cancer disease. The Daily Telegraph reported that in Denmark there is a greater number of cancer cases in which the accuracy of the diagnosis of the disease is better than in other parts of the world and the way of life is influential. It is noted that Danish women’s consumption of high alcohol and tobacco plays an important role in high cancer cases. According to the World Cancer Research Fund, cancer rates in higher-income countries are higher than underdeveloped countries. 13 European countries, the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand are among the top 20 countries in terms of cancer rates. In addition to being better diagnosed in developed countries, factors such as being more obese in the well-being, consuming more alcohol and moving less are also among the factors.
Professor of Cancer Research Fund. scientist Martin Wiseman said “Increases in rates in the UK, Denmark and other high-income countries are inevitable, and changes in lifestyle can make a significant difference in the risks.” a scientist who has been quoted as saying that a third of the most common cancers in the UK and other high- and can be avoided with a healthier diet.
The most diagnosed cancers in the world were lung cancer(13,0%), breast cancer (11,9%) and colon cancer (9,7%) while cancer deaths were mostly lung (19,4%), liver 1) and midsection (8.8%).
If the rate of cancer growth continues in this way, there will be a total of 19.3 million new cases of cancer in 2025 due to the increase in the world population and the aging of the population. It has been shown that less than half of all cancer cases (56.8%) and cancer-related deaths (64.9%) are under-developed.