CASES OF GUT AND PANCREAS CANCER have increased in the last 30 years, a new study has revealed. Major studies published today in The Lancet found that patients with pancreatic cancer were more likely to survive the disease in 1990 than in 2019.
As well as an increase of 130 percent in cases, they from they say that pancreatic cancer kills more people – with mortality rising from 196,000 to 448,000 over the 27-year study period.
Bowel cancer cases are increasing by 9.5 percent globally over the same period, but nevertheless the number of people dying from the disease is decreasing by 13.5 percent.
Researchers believe that this is due to inward roduction of bowel cancer screening programs that lead to earlier detection and increased chance of survival.
The Global Burden of Disease study is the first to provide comprehensive global estimates of the severity, epidemiological characteristics, and risk factors of many digestive diseases.
Professor Herbert Tilg, Chair of the Scientific Committee on Gastroenterology of the United States of Europe, states: "This analysis gives the most comprehensive picture of the global burden of digestive disease to date. vital information on the changing severity of the disease, and assists in the proper allocation of resources to improve patient outcomes. "
Experts Consider Increasing Pancreatic Cancer Is Associated With Increasing Prevalence Of Obesity And Diabetes, As Reflected By Risk Factors For High BMI And Higher Blood Glucose Levels That Are Two of the leading risk factors for pancreatic cancer.
Professor Reza Malekzade, lead author of the study, said: "Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest cancers in the world with an overall five-year survival rate of just five percent in high, middle and low income countries.
"The major risk factors for the disease, such as smoking, diabetes and obesity, are highly modifiable and represent a huge opportunity for prevention."
Major risk factors for the disease, such as smoking, diabetes and obesity, are: obesity, diabetes and obesity. degree changing and present a huge opportunity for prevention
prof. Reza Malekzade
The study also indicated that the risk factors for bowel cancer are different between men and women and should therefore be taken into account in national prevention policies and programs.
The use of alcohol, smoking and diets low in calcium, milk and fiber had a significant workload for men.
Given that for women, the nutritional risks – not alcohol or smoking – have been identified as the most attributable risks.
Know the Signs
Knowing the early warning signs can help prevent people from dying from cancer – including bowel and pancreatic cancer.
In England and Wales, currently, everyone over the age of 60 is invited to have a bowel cancer screening every two years.
However, in Scotland, screening starts at 50, which is why The Sun launches a time-wasting campaign 2 – to urge the government to end the postal code lottery.
Bowel cancer is the second deadliest cancer in the UK. Around 42,000 Britons are diagnosed and 16,000 lose their lives each year.
More than nine in ten new cases occur in people over 50, but more than 2500 younger people are diagnosed each year.
However, bowel cancer can be cured if caught early enough by early diagnosis, which is why screening is so important.
Five Symptoms of Bowel Cancer:
1. Bleeding from the back passage or blood in your pond
2. Change in your normal toilet habits – more commonly eg
3. Pain or lump in your abdomen
4. Extreme fatigue
5. Weight loss
Tumors they usually bleed in the intestine, which can cause a deficiency of red blood cells known as anemia.
May cause fatigue and sometimes shortness of breath.
In some cases, bowel cancer may block the bowel, i.e. this is known as bowel obstruction.
Other signs of bowel cancer include:
- Stomach pain in the abdomen
- Feeling of swelling
- Constipation and inability to pass wind
- Feeling like you need to strain – having you make number two – but after you have been loo
Symptoms of Pancreatic Cancer
However, when it comes to pancreatic cancer, the signs may be more difficult to spot – especially in the early stages – it is difficult to diagnose.
About half of all new cases are in people over 75 and are quite rare in people under 40.
The symptoms can be quite vague and can come and start with this.
They also depend on where the cancer is located in the pancreas s, but the first noticeable signs often include: Back or stomach pain – often more severe at bedtime or after eating
Other symptoms may include:
- Feeling sick or sick
- Yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes (jaundice)
- Loss of appetite
- Changes in bowel movement
- Fever and shaking
- Blood clots
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