10 Most Common Fact Cancer Affecting Young Generation

Cancer has become one of most lethal ailments in the medical circles, which simply adds the term scare and fear in anyone’s life. It is a variable set of diseases, which grows in a reckless fashion despite having loads of research yet remains to be very much poorly understood subject. There are many factors, which can bring in the risk of cancer in a human body including obesity, smoking, alcohol abuse and exposure to radiation to a name a few. Yet you have certain preventive measurements in the form of exercises and right amount of fruit and vegetables, which can avert this menace from your life. Still one can find cancer to be among a wide spread issue among different age groups including the young adults. Let’s check the top 10 most common facts about how cancer is affecting the younger generation in the following paragraphs:

1). The cancer incidences: Though cancer is found to be rare among teens and young adults, yet reports suggest that it is increasing by 1 percent every passing year. The rate in which the cancer is increasing among the young adults is by 19 percent in UK and other developed nations.

2). The most common types of cancer: As we see the cancer cases among teens and young adults increasing, the study suggest that lymphomas are among the most common groups of cancer, which are seen in this age group. As per reports, more than 90 percent cases in developed nations and other places have found lymphomas to be among the young teens and adults.

3). The cancer mortality rates: As per the latest reports, the number of deaths due to cancer among teens and young adults have increased so far by 9 percent among boy and 15 percent among women. In UK and US around 500 cases of deaths due to cancer have been reported last year, which include lymphomas and brain cancer.

4). Survival Rates among Young adults: Fortunately, the survival rate among the young adults is high. As per reports, more than 82 percent of young adults suffering from cancer are seen surviving in developed nations like the US or the UK. This has been significantly higher in cases of young adults in past few years. Thanks to the latest development taking place in this field.

5). Risks of Developing Cancer: As per research studies, young adults get the risk of developing cancer for a number of reasons including genetics and several other risk factors pertaining to lifestyle systems.
6). Risk of getting cancer back: As per researchers, more than 14 percent of the cancer survivors among the young adults have the risk of getting cancer again in the developed nations. The kids have more chance of getting cancer as compared to the young adults.

7). Follow up treatments: The young adults who have settled by surviving after the cancer also tend to get cancer. As per reports more than 14 percent of young adults tend to get the cancer back in their life in some of way or the other.

8). Types of cancer in Young adults: The kind of cancer diagnosed among the young adults includes lymphoma, leukemia, tumours and other options, which are diagnosed these people. However, the young ladies face cancer issues breast and colon cancer.

9). Clinical Trials of Cancer: As per reports, around 60 percent of young adults are not seen going for clinical trials for cancer. This is perhaps the reason, why the cancer is not often detected in the early stage for the young adults.

10). Increasing amount of  young adults are suffering from cancer: As per recent reports, around 70,000 are diagnosed with cancer ever year. As per an estimate one million survivors till date are seen coming out from the cancer.

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About Heaven Heritage

Heaven Heritage an Independent health researcher and American author, had done MA in English literature. He loves to explore and write about health condition, treatment all around the globe.Currently lives in Nigeria - Logas, helping the victim to evaluate their disorders. His articles are well-researched and published on several websites.
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