SATURDAY, June 2, 2018 -- Black men with advanced prostate cancer who get chemotherapy may live longer than white men, a new study suggests.
Data from nine trials including more than 8,000 men with advanced prostate cancer showed that survival for black men was initially the same as for white men -- an average of 21 months. http://game-rapidshare.com/Zenz-sister-of-Gibler-from-El-Puente?Esmailifa=269
The increasing popularity of alcohol alongside processed foods and sedentary lifestyles are also factors that have contributed to a rise in colorectal cancers above the level expected from population growth alone.
Australia and New Zealand have some of the highest rates of cancer diagnosis, the audit found.
“While the increase in lung, colorectal, and skin cancers over the past decade is concerning, the prevention potential is substantial,” said Dr Christina Fitzmaurice, assistant professor of global health at the University of Washington..