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Breast cancer is the most common in the world

The World Health Organization (WHO) first announced breast cancer as the most common cancer, accounting for nearly 12% of new cases each year. “For the first time, breast cancer has become the most recognized cancer in the world,” said Andre Ilbawi, a WHO cancer specialist on World Cancer Day on January 28. Previously, lung cancer […]

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Stem cell transplant saves girls with neuroblastoma

HCMCA 32-month-old girl, in Dak Lak, weighing 11 kg, has neuroblastoma. If the marrow is not transplanted, the ability to live a year is about 12%. Doctor Phan Thi Thu Trang, Deputy Head of Hematology Oncology, Children’s Hospital 2, on January 28, said that in mid-December 2020, the baby had hematopoietic stem cells collected at […]

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Coffee may reduce the risk of prostate cancer

Drinking each cup of coffee daily can reduce the risk of prostate cancer by 1%, according to analysis of data from 16 studies in the US, Japan, and Europe. 1,081,586 people participated in these studies, including 57,732 cases of prostate cancer. Research results published in the journal BMJ It is assumed that every daily cup […]

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Why do many Vietnamese people get cancer?

In 2020, Vietnam will record more than 182,000 new cancer cases, more than 122,000 people die from this disease, experts believe that aging of the population, sedentary, inadequate eating … is the cause. According to GLOBOCAN statistics in 2020, the number of cases and deaths due to cancer worldwide tends to increase, not only in […]

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Vietnam ranks 92nd in the world cancer rate

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IACR) assessed that in 2020, Vietnam ranked 92 out of 185 countries and territories in terms of cancer rate, an increase of 7 places compared to 2018. This report is updated every two years. In 2020, the rate of cancer in Vietnam is 159.7 / 100,000, ranking 16th […]

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Cancer cells pass from mother to baby during birth

Japanese researchers recorded two babies with lung cancer passed from their mothers during childbirth. The report was published in the magazine New England Journal of Medicine January 7, conducted by the National Cancer Research Center of Japan. Scientists conducted genetic analysis of lung cancer cells of two children aged 6 and 23 months and compared […]

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6 lessons in the battle with cancer

AmericaMelinda Fulmer, 49 years old, with breast cancer, learned lessons against disease are stress reduction, healthy eating and drinking, social networking. Melinda Fulmer, a freelance journalist, in La Canada Flintridge, California, was diagnosed with breast cancer in February 2019. Since then, Melinda’s appearance has not changed much, but her insides are heavily affected by cancer […]