In the third region, Russia recorded a growth of mortality from cancer

In the third region, Russia recorded a growth of mortality from cancer

More than one third in 30 of the 85 regions of Russia last year increased mortality from cancer. It is reported by RBC with reference to the results of the analysis conducted by the Russian popular front and the Foundation for Health data, Ministry of health on the incidence and detection of cancer in 2016-2017


Worst of all mortality from cancer in the Magadan region (growth by 7.7%), Dagestan Republic (7,2%), Bashkortostan (6.9 per cent), Kalmykia (6.8%) and Sevastopol (6.5 per cent). In the whole country, according to the study, mortality from cancer fell from 198,9 cases per 100 thousand population in 2016 194,2 up to 100 thousand in 2017 (2.4%).

In 2017 3% increase in the number of newly identified cancer, follows from the results of the study. This figure must grow, experts say — a growing unconstrained doctors, diagnosis becomes more thoroughly, which helps to detect cancer in the early stages of development.NewsLeading bi-Bi-si Rachel bland died at age 40. She was not afraid of death and turned the fight against cancer in the podcast

The greatest increase in the detection rate — in the Chukotka Autonomous district (33.1%), Khabarovsk Krai (14,2%), Amur region (11.5 percent), Crimea (9%) and Chuvash Republic (8.5 percent). Worst of all this is the situation in 2017 in Kalmykia and Yakutia in these regions are diagnosed with cancer at the final stages 53 and 52.6%, respectively. For them this indicator in five are Magadan oblast (49%), Dagestan (47.3%) and Buryatia (46.9 percent).

Overall, in 2017 the ratio of malignant tumors that the doctors found in the early and late stages, amounted to 55.6 to 39%. Two years ago, the ratio was 54.7 to 39.6 percent. The remaining share — unidentified phase.

According to the study, in 2017 22.5% of patients died within a year from the time of detection of the disease. This is quite critical, says onf. The indicator has decreased over the year by 0.7%. In 57 regions, the increased one-year mortality above the national average; the leaders of the Chukchi Autonomous Okrug (33,6%), Yakutia (32,1%), Khakassia (30,3%), Jewish Autonomous oblast (29.8 percent), Tula oblast (29.2 per cent).