- How has cancer evolved over the past 30 years in the EU using France 2019 data as an example?
- As for men, the report underlines in particular that prostate cancer has killed half as much since 1990.
(Alles Europa News) – It is particularly present in men between 70 and 74 years old. Among other genetic or age-related factors, the report specifies that the environment has a large share of responsibility: ” endocrine disruptors, because of their mode of action, are considered as potential risk factors for several hormone cancers.
‑Dependent, including that of the prostate “. But those that kill the most in humans are lung cancer and colorectal cancer.
Between 1990 and 2018, researchers studied the incidence of cancer in France.