30 Million Cancer Patients Prone To Death By 2030

A new study has shown that as many as thirty million persons affected by cancer, are prone to death by the year 2030.

According a Vanguard report, a recent study and revelations emanating from a research conducted by the International Agency for research on Cancer, IARC in collaboration with National Cancer Institute, United States of America, USA, revealed a threatening projection that by the end of 2030, 30 million people in the world, representing 39.6 percent of both men and women living with cancer will be dead.
Meantime, wife of the Vice President, Mrs. Dolapo Osinbajo, on behalf of the Federal Government has commissioned a radiotherapy centre with a new multi-leave lenear accelerator equipment for cancer treatment at the National Hospital, Abuja, which aimed at stemming medical tourism abroad.
While commissioning the centre, Mrs. Osinbajo, commended the efforts of the Federal Ministry of Health and the hospital management for making the facility a reality.
She described the death of close to 15000 Nigerians annually as unimaginable and assured that the present administration under the leadership of President Buhari would ensure that qualitative health delivery system is restored.
She said: “I look forward to a day that the cure of cancer shall finally come but I am delighted that despite limited resources, the country is taking giant strides in the right direction, with the installation of the machine, there is hope for cancer patients as they will be helped with the facility.” 

Source: Vanguard


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