Obesity increases the incidence of cancer in women by an average of 6 times

Obesity increases the incidence of cancer in women by an average of 6 times


Obesity increases the incidence of cancer in women by an average of 6 times
Data from the Cancer Research Center of the United Kingdom and monitored by The Telegraph that the incidence of cancer in women will increase by 6 times compared to men because of the prevalence of obesity among women.



These unhealthy lifestyle patterns increase the chances of cancer in men and women, but this risk is increasing in women, the data said.



The data indicated that obesity comes second only to smoking as one of the most important causes of cancer, adding that in the next 20 years will increase the incidence of cancer by six times.



The rate of increase in men was estimated to be 0.5% and 3% for women. The report predicted that approximately 4.8 million women and 4.5 million men would be diagnosed with cancer by 2035.



According to several studies, obesity rates in women are higher than that of men and many cancers are linked to weight gain.



Professor Peter Johnson, head of Cancer Research UK, advises women to exercise regularly and follow a healthy diet to prevent obesity.



More than 8 million people die from cancer every year, the report said.



The report concludes that breast, uterine and ovarian cancer is one of the most common types that the report expects to spread over the next 20 years, adding that the habits of smoking and alcohol are aggravating the problem of obesity and raise the risk of cancer, especially in women.Obesity increases the incidence of cancer in women by an average of 6 times
Data from the Cancer Research Center of the United Kingdom and monitored by The Telegraph that the incidence of cancer in women will increase by 6 times compared to men because of the prevalence of obesity among women.



These unhealthy lifestyle patterns increase the chances of cancer in men and women, but this risk is increasing in women, the data said.



The data indicated that obesity comes second only to smoking as one of the most important causes of cancer, adding that in the next 20 years will increase the incidence of cancer by six times.



The rate of increase in men was estimated to be 0.5% and 3% for women. The report predicted that approximately 4.8 million women and 4.5 million men would be diagnosed with cancer by 2035.



According to several studies, obesity rates in women are higher than that of men and many cancers are linked to weight gain.



Professor Peter Johnson, head of Cancer Research UK, advises women to exercise regularly and follow a healthy diet to prevent obesity.



More than 8 million people die from cancer every year, the report said.



The report concludes that breast, uterine and ovarian cancer is one of the most common types that the report expects to spread over the next 20 years, adding that the habits of smoking and alcohol are aggravating the problem of obesity and raise the risk of cancer, especially in women.Obesity increases the incidence of cancer in women by an average of 6 times
Data from the Cancer Research Center of the United Kingdom and monitored by The Telegraph that the incidence of cancer in women will increase by 6 times compared to men because of the prevalence of obesity among women.



These unhealthy lifestyle patterns increase the chances of cancer in men and women, but this risk is increasing in women, the data said.



The data indicated that obesity comes second only to smoking as one of the most important causes of cancer, adding that in the next 20 years will increase the incidence of cancer by six times.



The rate of increase in men was estimated to be 0.5% and 3% for women. The report predicted that approximately 4.8 million women and 4.5 million men would be diagnosed with cancer by 2035.



According to several studies, obesity rates in women are higher than that of men and many cancers are linked to weight gain.



Professor Peter Johnson, head of Cancer Research UK, advises women to exercise regularly and follow a healthy diet to prevent obesity.



More than 8 million people die from cancer every year, the report said.



The report concludes that breast, uterine and ovarian cancer is one of the most common types that the report expects to spread over the next 20 years, adding that the habits of smoking and alcohol are aggravating the problem of obesity and raise the risk of cancer, especially in women.
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