World Cancer Day is observed on February 4, established by the Union for International Cancer Control. The Institute of Public Health regularly publishes figures for malignant neoplasms, which are the second leading cause of death and have a major impact on society here and around the world.
Statistics on malignant neoplasms are important indicators of the condition and burden of this disease on society.
Statistics show the distribution of this disease, how many people are diagnosed and die of cancer each year, the number of people currently living after cancer diagnosis, the average age of diagnosis, the differences between the groups defined by age, sex, geographic location. and other categories.
Malignant neoplasms (mkd version)