Effects of Cancer


Recently the study’s tells that almost 50% of deaths are caused by smoking, poor and unhealthy eating habits. That is not exactly in a common and regular way referred to measures from over 35 years prior, a result of new research strategies and changes in our culture. Smoking rates have quickly dropped, while weight rates have risen significantly. And two-third of the deaths are in the low-middle income groups where its cause is not enough and treatment is delayed. Cancer accounts for more deaths worldwide than AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis(TB) combined.…

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