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This is an increase of 28 per cent in new cancers between 2006 and 2016, much of which is attributed to an expanding and ageing population as well as screening and diagnostics which can catch cancers sooner.

However, the biggest growth has been seen in low and middle income countries – emerging markets which have been targeted by tobacco giants and an influx of cheap convenience foods in recent decades.

“This highlights the importance of focusing tobacco control efforts on lower socio-demographic index countries (SDI),” the authors wrote. “To avoid these countries’ having to experience the same tragedy of unnecessary tobacco related deaths that many high SDI countries have had to face.”