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Title: Unveiling the Global Cancer Burden: Causes, Prevention, and the Race towards a Cure

Title: Unveiling the Global Cancer Burden: Causes, Prevention, and the Race towards a Cure

Cancer, a disease defined by uncontrolled cell growth, resulted in a global death toll of 10 million in 2020. Caused by various factors including carcinogens and lifestyle choices, it's a significant global health challenge. "Unveiling the Global Cancer Burden: Causes, Prevention, and the Race towards a Cure" addresses this crisis, exploring common types, early detection, and global efforts to combat it. Genetic factors and exposure to external carcinogens, along with cancer-causing infections like HPV and Hepatitis, contribute to its prevalence, particularly in developing countries. Lifestyle habits such as tobacco use and poor diet cause a third of cancer deaths. Despite it being a leading cause of death, preventive strategies and early detection could prevent 30-50% of cases. Access to diagnostic services and timely treatment also play crucial roles in reducing mortality rates. International initiatives like the WHO Global Strategy aim to accelerate the elimination of cancers such as cervical cancer.

Full article here: https://medium.com/@lawsuithelpdesk/title-unveiling-the-global-cancer-burden-causes-prevention-and-the-race-towards-a-cure-20c0bbe1564a

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