TARCC Symposium December 2010
 
Cancer in Europe PDF Print E-mail

Cancer in Europe
 

Nowadays, with more than 3 million new cases and 1.7 million deaths each year, cancer represents the second most important cause of death and morbidity in Europe after circulatory diseases.

Depending on the stage of the cancer, the treatment of cancer requires hospitalisation, and medication costs that represent in the average an economic burden in 2004 of 100 € billion.

Despite progress in cancer treatments and early diagnostics, the number of new cases per year dramatically increases in Europe.

This tragic statement is mainly due to the ageing of the population but also the European citizens’ way of life (lack of exercises, tobacco, and nutritional unbalance).

 

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