According to US experts, timely diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer is reducing the death rate.
According to foreign media reports, the annual report released by the American Cancer Society states that cancer deaths have declined over the past two decades.
According to US experts, this reduction has been made possible by the timely diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer.
The head of the U.S. Department of Cancer Senior Medical Department, Dr. Deep Shrig, has said that between 2015 and 2019, the number of deaths in the United States decreased by five percent and globally by two percent.
However, US experts say that timely diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer reduces the death rate, but there is a need to raise public awareness so that people can diagnose and treat cancer as soon as it appears. Get it done
“Along with this, we need to raise awareness about the dangers and dangers of smoking. If we succeed in this, the rate of reporting cases will be significantly reduced,” said Dr. Depp.
According to the Cancer Society, there have been 3.5 million deaths worldwide since the onset of the disease, while the number of deaths from lung cancer has dropped.
It should be noted that 1.9 million new cases of lung cancer were reported in the United States out of which 690,000 patients died. Similarly, there has been a 2% reduction in deaths globally.