Sep 12, 2018 · This article provides a status report on the global burden of cancer worldwide using the GLOBOCAN 2018 estimates of cancer incidence and mortality produced by the International Agency for Research on Cancer, with a focus on geographic variability across 20 world regions.Cited by: 3247. 26 rows · The data quoted on these webpages come from the Global Cancer Observatory, owned by .
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women both in the developed and less developed world. It is estimated that worldwide over 508 000 women died in 2011 due to breast cancer (Global Health Estimates, WHO 2013). Although breast cancer is thought . This study aimed to investigate the incidence and mortality of breast cancer in the world using age-specific incidence and mortality rates for the year 2012 acquired from the global cancer project (GLOBOCAN 2012) as well as data about incidence and mortality of the Cited by: 131.
The four most common cancers occurring worldwide are lung, female breast, bowel and prostate cancer. These four account for more than four in ten of all cancers diagnosed worldwide. Worldwide there will be 27.5 million new cases of cancer each year by 2040. UK . The Global Cancer Observatory (GCO) is an interactive web-based platform presenting global cancer statistics to inform cancer control and research. Provides data visualization tools that present current national estimates of the incidence, mortality, and prevalence of 36 cancer types in .
There are limited published data on recent cancer incidence and mortality trends worldwide. We used the International Agency for Research on Cancer's CANCER Mondial clearinghouse to present age-standardized cancer incidence and death rates for 2003–2007. We also present trends in incidence through 2007 and mortality through 2012 for select countries from five continents. Aug 26, 2004 · Patterns of breast cancer by world region. The changing profile of breast cancer incidence and mortality between populations in each region, and within populations over time, is reviewed below, on the basis of the relevant published literature and with reference to Fig. Fig.4, 4, which shows time trends of overall incidence for selected countries in the Americas, in Asia/Oceania and in Europe Cited by: 951.