A REPORT ON CANCER
Cancer is spreading rapidly across the country and has become one of the most prominent causes of death.
Despite the excellent progress in medical science in the countries, it remains confusing that cancer is an incurable disease.
Such misconceptions have made it a more significant problem: World Cancer Day was celebrated on February 4.
Cancer is also one of the six primary cause of deaths in the world; Cancer has become one of the most prominent reasons for death in India.
Most of the deaths are due to cancer after a heart attack, Most cases of oral cancer in the world are found in India.
The highest rate of a person living with cancer in India is in Punjab, average, 18 deaths per day are due to disease in Punjab.
70% of people who die from cancer are 30 to 69 years of age and 15% children and teenagers, to reduce the mortality rate for cancer patients, it is vital that the disease is diagnosed early.
With 70% patients in India, when he goes to the doctor when this disease has spread a lot, to combat this situation, the most important is to spread awareness about cancer in India.
There are 300 cancer treatment centers in the country, but about 40% of them do not have the equipment needed in the advanced stage of cancer, in such a situation, there is a particular need to increase the availability of advanced medical technology and modern medicines in India.