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11.5 million years of healthy life lost to childhood cancer in 2017

Childhood cancer accounted for 11.5 million years of healthy life lost in 2017, with lower-resource nations facing a significantly larger burden than high-income countries, according to an analysis of the Global Burden of Disease Study published in The Lancet …Read more





115 million years of healthy life lost to childhood cancer in 2017

Childhood cancer accounted for 115 million years of healthy life lost in 2017 with lower-resource nations facing a significantly larger burden than high-income countries according to an analysis of the Global Burden of Disease Study published in The
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Childhood cancer steals over 11 million years of healthy life Study

Researchers are closing in on the toll of childhood cancer finding it stole 115 million years of healthy life lost worldwide in 2017 Premature death took 97 percent of that toll and impaired quality of life about 3 percent the study found
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India among the highest childhood cancer burden countries- Lancet study

The study puts the annual toll of childhood cancer at over 115 million years of healthy life lost in 2017 This compares with around 37 million years of healthy life lost globally due to malaria and 76 million from tuberculosis In 2017 childhood
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11M years of healthy life lost due to childhood cancer study finds

Over 11 million years of healthy life were lost due to childhood cancer globally in 2017 according to a study published July 29 in The Lancet Oncology The studys authors used model-based estimates to come up with their findings since cancer
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Childhood Cancer Burden Much Bigger Than Previously Recognized

BSIPContributorGetty Images Childhood cancer may be relatively rare but in terms of disability and years of life Health Metrics and Evaluation in Seattle estimate that childhood cancers resulted in 115 million DALYs around the world in 2017
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Cancer 4 times more likely to kill kids in poor nations than rich ones

The number of new cancer cases in children and adolescents 0-19 years is relatively low around 416500 globally in 2017 to cause 115 million years of healthy life lost globally every
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