The Overall Rate Of Colon Cancer Has Fallen. Part 2 of 3

The Overall Rate Of Colon Cancer Has Fallen – Part 2 of 3

But, that study also revealed that during the same time period, the rate among people aged 20 to 34 had truly gone up by 2 percent annually, while those between 35 and 49 had seen a half-percent yearly uptick. To examine that trend, the current study focused on data collected by the California Cancer Registry. This registry included news on nearly 232000 colon cancer cases diagnosed between 1988 and 2009.

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Half the cases were in men, and over 70 percent occurred in whites. Less than half a percent of those with colon cancer were between the ages of 20 and 29. And, about 2 percent were between the ages of 30 and 39. Around 7 percent were between the ages of 40 and 49 when diagnosed with colon cancer, according to the study. The researchers found that between 1988 and 2009, the biannual colon cancer rates had been rising by 2,7 percent in the midst males 20 to 29 and 40 to 49.

Among males 30 to 39, the biannual advance was pegged even higher, amounting to 3,5 percent. In boyish women, the increases were even higher. Women aged 20 to 29 saw a 3,8 percent biannual increase, according to the study. Those in their 30s aphorism a 4,5 percent increase, and women in their 40s had a 2,6 percent biannual increase, the study reported. By contrast, both males and females in their 50s, 60s and 70s, saying a decrease in their colon cancer rates during the study period.

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