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The incidence of cancer has doubled in France since 1990.

A staggering 433,136 new cancer cases are projected to be reported in France in 2023, with 57% affecting men and 43% affecting women. Since 1990, this figure has doubled for both genders across all cancer types. Compared to 2018, there is an alarming increase of 51 000 additional cases.

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In France, cancer remains the leading cause of premature death among men and the second among women. These figures are concerning and call for mobilization. The increase can be attributed to population growth and aging, while lifestyle factors and the environment also play a significant role.
Radia Lahlou, Biotech and Genetics expert
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The incidence of cancer has doubled in France since 1990.

A staggering 433,136 new cancer cases are projected to be reported in France in 2023, with 57% affecting men and 43% affecting women. Since 1990, this figure has doubled for both genders across all cancer types. Compared to 2018, there is an alarming increase of 51 000 additional cases.

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In France, cancer remains the leading cause of premature death among men and the second among women. These figures are concerning and call for mobilization. The increase can be attributed to population growth and aging, while lifestyle factors and the environment also play a significant role.
Radia Lahlou, Biotech and Genetics expert
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The incidence of cancer has doubled in France since 1990.

A staggering 433,136 new cancer cases are projected to be reported in France in 2023, with 57% affecting men and 43% affecting women. Since 1990, this figure has doubled for both genders across all cancer types. Compared to 2018, there is an alarming increase of 51 000 additional cases.

BLUMORPHO comment :

In France, cancer remains the leading cause of premature death among men and the second among women. These figures are concerning and call for mobilization. The increase can be attributed to population growth and aging, while lifestyle factors and the environment also play a significant role.
Radia Lahlou, Biotech and Genetics expert
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