Why are more and more people under 50 being diagnosed with cancer?

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In the three decades since 1990, the number of cancer diagnoses worldwide among under-50s has risen by almost 80%. Most of the cases recorded in 2019 were breast cancer, an international research group reported in the journal BMJ Oncology in September. The fastest increase within the last three decades was recorded in the number of cases of tracheal and prostate cancer, according to the researchers, while the number of liver cancers recorded in under-50s has fallen by just under 3%. For their analysis, the team led by Xue Li from China’s Zhejiang University School of Medicine in the UK used th…

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