The results showed that the incidence rate and mortality rate of pancreatic cancer in many countries and regions had been increasing in the past 10 years, especially in the female population. In addition, the incidence of pancreatic cancer increased in 8 countries under 50 years of age, and the incidence rate of pancreatic cancer incidence rate in 40 countries under 4 years old in 4 countries such as Holland and Canada.
Data also show that the highest incidence rate and mortality rate of pancreatic cancer often occurs in countries with high human development index.
The incidence rate and mortality of pancreatic cancer are higher in countries with unhealthy lifestyle and high risk of metabolic risk, Hongkong said. The team believes that these findings can raise public awareness of the prevention of pancreatic cancer, such as the proper management of chronic metabolic diseases, and call for targeted strategies to reduce the burden of pancreatic cancer. (end)
Source: China News Network Editor in charge: Geng Yiwen_ NJ6040