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Cancer status in the Occupied Palestinian Territories: types; incidence; mortality; sex, age, and geography distribution; and possible causes.

Cancer is a disease in which some cells of the body's body grow uncontrollably and occasionally spread to other areas of the body. Defective cells may develop a mass that can be cancerous and spreads to other areas of the body, or benign that can grow but not spread throughout the body. In 2016, the OPT, with a population of 5. 35 million, was the second cause of death after cardiovascular diseases accounting for 31 percent of all causes of death. Cancer deaths in the OPT increased by 136% from 2000 to 2016, and by 14% from 2016 to 2020. The high incidence of various forms of cancer in the OPT can be traced to various causes, including those related to environmental pollution, diet, stress, and lifestyle causes, although only 10-30 percent of cancer cases are due to genetics.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36350411


Yogurt consumption and risk of mortality from all causes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer: a comprehensive systematic review and dose-response meta-analysis of cohort studies.

Conclusions High intake of yogurt relative to low intake was significantly correlated with a reduced risk of deaths from all causes and CVD, but not with cancer. Each additional serving of yogurt per day was highly associated with a reduced risk of all-cause and CVD mortality. Conclusion Summarizing earlier cohort studies, we found an inverse relationship between yogurt intake and CVD mortality in the case of all-cause and CVD deaths; however, there was no significant association between yogurt intake and cancer risk.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36349966


Causes of death in female patients with bladder cancer after local tumor excision and radical cystectomy: a contemporary, US population-based analysis.

Local tumor excision and radical cystectomy are two of bladder cancer's most common treatments for bladder cancer. The study used a population-based cohort study in the United States from 2000 to 2017 to identify causes of death for women who underwent local tumor excision or radical cystectomy stratified by gender and tumor stage. In comparison with the general population, the risk of death from all causes increased, and heart diseases was the most common non-tumor cause of death. 82 percent of deaths in women who have radical cystectomy occurred within five years after surgery, with 82 percent occurring within five years. Bladder cancer caused 69% deaths, and the risk of death from all causes is much higher than that in the general population. The causes of death following bladder cancer recovery after surgery differ by patient and tumor characteristics, and these results reveal more details regarding primary care for women during postoperative cancer survivorship.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36329537


Velcrin-induced selective cleavage of tRNA Leu (TAA) by SLFN12 causes cancer cell death.

Velcrin compounds kill cancer cells expressing high amounts of phosphodiesterase 3A and Schlafen family member 12 by stimulating complex formation of these two proteins, but the PDE3A-SLFN12 complex's mechanism is still unclear. SLFN12 selectively digests tRNA Leu, which is cleavage of tRNA Leu, and velcrin treatment promotes tRNA Leu's cleavage by inducing PDE3A-SLFN12 complex formation in vitro. The initiation of apoptosis by SLFN12 and the concomitant global blockament of protein synthesis help to identify a new mechanism of apoptosis formation.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36302897


Exploring causes of delays in help-seeking behaviours among symptomatic Omani women diagnosed with late-stage breast cancer - A qualitative study.

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in Oman, according to the majority of women, the majority of women are diagnosed at a young age and late stage. Patient-related barriers to medical assistance in BC diagnosis, such as embarrassment resulting from breast examinations or lack of evidence of cancer or a cancer diagnosis, could be attributable to patient-related barriers to medical assistance. This research sought to investigate the causes of medical help-seeking behavior among symptomatic Omani women diagnosed with late-stage BC. Methods Purposeful sampling was used to identify Omani women with late-stage BC at the two main referral clinics in Oman. Several reasons for delays in seeking medical attention for BC symptoms were found, including cultural and emotional issues, as well as a lack of understanding of BC symptoms. Increased awareness of BC signs and behaviours can help reduce delays in BC diagnosis and diagnosis.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36332457


What Causes Death in Esophageal Cancer Patients Other Than the Cancer Itself: A Large Population-Based Analysis.

Background: Noncanceral causes of death in patients with esophageal cancer have been lacking. The aim of this paper is to broadly and thoroughly investigate the causes of death in patients with EC, especially noncancer causes. 99% of EC patients died from noncancer causes within five years after diagnosis, but over ten years, 59% of EC patients died from noncancer causes. Cardiovascular disease was the most common noncancer cause of death in patients with EC, accounting for 43%. Suicide and self-injury of EC patients should not be ignored. Patients with EC were at the highest risk of death from septicemia during the 1-year follow-up period. paraphrasedoutput chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (EC diagnosis) deaths in more than ten years since EC diagnosis, more and more patients died as a result of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Although most patients with EC died from the cancer itself, the role of noncancerent causes of death should not be underestimated.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36313035


Preventable causes of cancer in Texas by race/ethnicity: Major modifiable risk factors in the population.

In 2015, we sought to determine the percentage of incident cancer deaths in Texas among people aged u226525 years old, both nationally and by race/ethnicity, which were attributed to these modifiable risk factors. Methods We estimated population attributable fractions for cancers attributable to thirteen modifiable risk factors using prevalence data from the Texas Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System and the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, as well as relative risks estimates from previous studies and Texas Cancer Registry cancer incidence estimates. The non-Hispanic Blacks had a numerically larger overall PAF than non-Hispanic Whites and Hispanics despite having a higher overall PAF.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36228017

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