Cancer Rate:Rate of Cancer continue to decline in U.S

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Cancer Rate

Cancer Rate

According to the most recent available statistics of cancer shows that in United States death figures from all type of cancer in men and women declined from 2003 to 2007. This reporting period is the most latest in the United State.

This report is present by the researchers of the National Cancer Institute (NCI), the North American Central Cancer Registries (NAACCR) and the American Cancer Society. This report is published online on March 31,2011 and on May 4, 2011 this report is published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

It is observed in this report that the rate of cancer is continued to turn down from the most recent available report of year 2003 to year 2007. This report is covering all type of cancer in men and women or in both genders. In this report it is also observed that figures of diagnoses of new cancer cases in both men and women are also having decreasing trend of approximately by 1% per year from base year of 2003.

This decreasing trend in death toll from cancer is sighted from 1990 and it is also found in this repot that death rate from lung cancer showing downward trend in women, which is more than the rates of death in men from the same cancer in ten years. Overall rate of new cancer cases in men were unaffected with very slight change.

It is also observed that rate of cancer is at low sight for the lung, rectum, oral cavity, colon, pharynx, Brain tumor and stomach cancer, but rate of cancer found increased for liver, pancreas, skin, melanoma and kidney cancer. As rates in women, have decreasing trend form cancer of lung, breast, uterine, bladder oral cavity, colorectal and cervical. In the same gender cancer of pancreas leukemia, melanomas of skin, thyroid and kidney is found increased rates.

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