The dreaded disease of cancer has become a matter of concern for women. It has been found that cancer affects the body of a woman 6 times more than a man.
According to a study by Cancer Research UK, women are six times more likely than men to have cancer in the next two decades.
However, the study report states that in the coming days, the lifestyle adopted by women and other factors will affect the chances of getting cancer or not.
In the United States, the rate of cancer is declining in men, but not in women. Men are still more likely to be infected than women, although the gap is narrowing.
According to the World Health Organization, 2/5 of the 14 women diagnosed with cancer can be prevented every year. The main causes of cancer prevention are eating, smoking and infection. Of these, the effect of eating and drinking is very important.
The World Health Organization estimates that more than half a million cancers occur worldwide each year due to direct obesity and inactivity. Women and men are more likely to get cancer due to obesity, such as kidney and intestine, women are more likely to get cancer due to obesity.
Obese men are more likely to get prostate cancer. However, there is no link between obesity and male cancer. It can be estimated that the rate of cancer in women is faster than in men. According to the study, women with obese bodies are more likely to have breast and uterine cancer.
Many of the cancer patients are overweight. Obesity is a major cause of cancer growth. The number of cases of uterine cancer in the UK has doubled since the early 1990s. It has to do with obesity. Due to the soil, the body produces the hormone estrogen.
Most breast and stomach cancers produce the protein receptor estrogen, which causes cancer cells to become uncontrolled when high levels of estrogen are present in the body. All young people have a certain amount of estrogen in their body.
But in women’s hair, the amount of fat in their body determines the amount of estrogen. According to the study, obese women are more likely to have breast cancer and it is more complicated to treat.
Drinking too much alcohol increases the risk of breast cancer. According to a report published last year, women drink as much alcohol as men. Alcohol has been linked to other cancers, including cancer of the mouth and throat.
Women are now more prone to this type of cancer than men. The more alcohol a woman consumes, the more likely she is to get cancer.
Smoking is another major cause of cancer. Lung cancer is the second leading cause of cancer in both men and women in the UK. Earlier, lung cancer was more common in women than men, during which time women smoked less. The number of women smokers has increased significantly since the middle of the 20th century. And, among men, smoking is not so popular.
So now men have less lung cancer. But it has increased in women. The good news is that fewer people smoke every year, so lung cancer is declining in both sexes. It takes 20 years or more for lung cancer to develop, and it will take some time to see the effects.