On the morning of October 29, Li Yongs wife Harvin Fatumis mother tweeted: In the United States, after 17 months of anti-cancer treatment, on October 25, 2018 at 5:20 a.m., I will never love....
Born in Urumqi in May 1968, Li Yong hosted the CCTV program Very 6+1 and Lucky 52 and also hosted the CCTV Spring Festival Gala many times. He is a favorite host of the whole nation.
Lucky 52, he smashed the golden eggs with everyone!
Very 6+1, the best memories of childhood!
Netizens have missed: Lucky 52 and Very 6 + 1 since childhood. Thank you for bringing us joy! Bring us so many childhood memories!
Lucky 52 ah, before every period watching, no luck 52, no more brother!
How many familiar faces died of cancer!
Shi Shengjie, the famous crosstalk performer, died of liver cancer at the age of 66.
Fang Jing, a former anchor of CCTVs Oriental Time and Space and Focus Interview, died of liver cancer caused by gastric cancer at the age of 44.
In 2015, the famous young singer Yao Beina died of breast cancer. He was only 33 years old.
According to the 2017 annual report of China Cancer Registry, published by the National Cancer Center.
About 10 thousand people diagnosed cancer every day in China.
On average, 7 people get cancer every 1 minutes!
In cancer, lung cancer, liver cancer, stomach cancer, colon cancer, and breast cancer are all high cancers.
In China, many cancer patients are often found in the middle and late stages.
In fact, if early detection, the cure rate of many cancers is very high.
Unfortunately, we often do not know how to discover cancer early.
High incidence of cancer, so screening!
The incidence of cancer in China is very high.
Lung cancer screening:
Liver cancer screening:
For those with a history of hepatitis or cirrhosis, a liver examination is recommended every six months, including a liver ultrasound and a blood test for alpha-fetoprotein.
Breast cancer screening:
Women over the age of 25 may undergo breast ultrasound screening once a year.
Women over the age of 40 should routinely carry out mammography and mammography.
People with family history of breast cancer should be the focus of screening.
Screening for gastric cancer:
It is recommended that people over the age of 40 check gastroscopy every two years.
People with family history of gastric cancer or those living in high incidence areas of gastric cancer need more attention.
Patients with previous chronic atrophic gastritis and gastric polyps should also undergo gastroscopy regularly, even if the condition remains unchanged.
Screening for colorectal cancer:
For people without a family history of colorectal cancer, it is recommended to have a stool occult blood test and a colonoscopy every year from the age of 50.
High-risk groups such as 30 to 40 years old or older with gastrointestinal symptoms, have a history of colorectal cancer, should be six months or a year to do a colonoscopy.
Nine cancer prevention suggestions, everyone bear in mind!
One of the most important aspects of cancer prevention is lifestyle prevention. Do these 9 things!
1. Keep healthy weight: keep the weight as low as possible in the healthy range.
2, exercise: exercise at least 30 minutes a day and sit less.
3, eat less high calorie food and sugar drinks, especially less processed foods with high fat, high sugar and low fiber.
4, eat more whole grains, vegetables, fruits and beans.
5. Limit red meat intake, avoid eating processed meat: eat less than a kilogram of red meat a week, the less processed meat to eat the better. 6, in order to prevent cancer, do not drink. 7, eat less salt and avoid moldy grains: eat less than 6G of salt a day, and eat less processed foods with salt. 8. In order to prevent cancer, do not take all kinds of supplements: to prevent cancer to eat a healthy diet, not supplements. 9, if possible, breastfeeding as far as possible: breastfeeding for at least 6 months. In the face of cancer, everyone is weak, no one is absolutely lucky, cancer prevention, is a lifetime thing, more knowledge about cancer prevention, is the greatest luck! Source: half moon responsibility editor: Ji Xue Ying _NN6784
5. Limit red meat intake, avoid eating processed meat: eat less than a kilogram of red meat a week, the less processed meat to eat the better.
6, in order to prevent cancer, do not drink.
7, eat less salt and avoid moldy grains: eat less than 6G of salt a day, and eat less processed foods with salt.
8. In order to prevent cancer, do not take all kinds of supplements: to prevent cancer to eat a healthy diet, not supplements.
9, if possible, breastfeeding as far as possible: breastfeeding for at least 6 months.
In the face of cancer, everyone is weak, and no one is absolutely lucky.