World Cancer Day is 4 February

World Cancer Day is 4 February

 

World Cancer Day is 4 February
World Cancer Day is 4 February

 

World Cancer Day is 4 February. It’s a time to celebrate medical advances and the more than 32 million people worldwide who have survived a cancer diagnosis. More than 18 million people in the United States have been told they have it, have been treated, and are winning their battle. We spoke to a breast cancer survivor about her journey and what she wants you to know when a family member, friend, or co-worker is diagnosed with cancer.

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This Sunday is World Cancer Day and a new study from the World Health Organization is shedding more light on the disease.
An American woman living in London is sharing her cancer battle to give others hope.
Alexia da Silva embraces each new day that life gives her. “I never cried with joy before cancer,” she said. “I went into shock and then started crying.”

To mark World Cancer Day, WHO released a comprehensive study related to the disease, which covered 115 countries and found that most countries do not spend enough on cancer care and treatment.

In 2022, 20 million people will be diagnosed with cancer and the disease will cause approximately 10 million deaths in the world. One in five people will develop cancer in their lifetime and about one in nine men and one in 12 women will die from the disease.

 

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4 February World Cancer Day
4 February World Cancer Day
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Theme of World Cancer Day 2024

This theme highlights the disparities in cancer prevention, detection, and treatment within and between countries, and the need to address these disparities to ensure equitable access to quality cancer care for all.

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