Cancer warning: Minute rates are rising in certain countries greater than others
Cancer affects 14 million people all over the world every year, but minute rates are rising more in certain countries over others for any surprising reason.
Scientific study has learned that minute rates are rising within the world’s ‘better’ countries greater than the world’s ‘worse off’ countries.
Research through the College of Adelaide discovered that nations with greater use of healthcare – for example Japan, Germany and Singapore – were experiencing greater rates of cancer than countries with less healthcare access, like Afghanistan, Somalia and Sierra Leone.
It is because, based on the scientists, medicine is allowing individuals to survive cancer, and thus their cancer-causing genes are now being forwarded to another generation.