Most lung and bowel cancers being diagnosed too late, data shows

Most lung and bowel cancers being diagnosed too late, data shows
 

Most Australians with lung and bowel cancers are being diagnosed too late, data released by Cancer Australia shows, prompting renewed calls for governments to make developing early detection tests a priority.
Just 18% of lung cancer cases recorded in 2011 were caught early, at either stage 1 or stage 2, the research shows. For two out of five patients (42%), the disease had already spread to other organs in the body. And less than half (46%) of colorectal cancer cases were diagnosed at an early stage.
Researchers at Cancer Australia collaborated with all of the Australian cancer registries... read more

 
26 April 2018 in Science &Technology, Views: 65
Source: Guardian
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