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Cancer warning: Rates of disease increasing in THESE countries – does the UK make top ten?

Cancer affects 14 million people around the world each year, but rates are rising more in some countries over others for a surprising reason.

Researchers have discovered that rates are rising in the world’s ‘better’ countries more than the world’s ‘worse off’ countries.

A study by the University of Adelaide found that nations with greater access to healthcare – such as Japan, Germany and Singapore – were experiencing higher rates of cancer than countries with less healthcare access, like Afghanistan, Somalia and Sierra Leone.

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Daily Express :: Health Feed

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