Cancer Mortality and Incidence Rates

Cancer Mortality and Incidence Rates

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Even with all of this progress that has resulted in a decline in the mortality rate from cancers, the United States still has cancer incidence rates that are among the highest in the world. Males have a 47% chance of getting cancer, and females have a 38% chance. This is too high, and it should sound alarms that something is amiss in the United States. Why do we have cancer rates that are so high? It is because of this question that I would argue that incidence rates are a better overall measure of progress against cancer. The mortality rates would be nil if there were no cancer at all, and the survival rate would have no meaning. To make true progress, one must get to the root of the problem. What is the root of the problem? Well, we know that tobacco and too much sun can lead to cancers, but are people aware that obesity, lack of physical healthy, and a diet that is deplete of nutrients also contribute to cancer? According to Campbell (2006), “Adopting a health diet and lifestyle can prevent the majority of cancers in the United States” (p. 13).

Reference:
Campbell, T. (2006). The China study: Startling implications for diet, weight loss and long-term health. Dallas, TX: BenBella Books, Inc.

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