Colorectal Cancer Death Rate Rising Among Young Whites
Aug 10 2017 by Kathy Alvarado
The researchers also found that the rise in death rates from colorectal cancer was confined to White individuals.
"This indicates that the increase in incidence is not exclusively due to more colonoscopy use and increased detection, but a true increase in disease occurrence that is of sufficient magnitude to outweigh improvements in survival that have occurred in all age groups because of better treatment", Siegel said. "Most of the time when we do a colonoscopy, they say 'that wasn't as bad as I thought it was, and I wish I would have done that earlier, '" said Dr. Steele.
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"One would have to think that lifestyle may play a role", Berlin said, positing that a more sedentary lifestyle and obesity increase risk of cancer."
For the other ethnic groups, the mortality rate has decreased from 1970 to 2006 and then stabilized.
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Whites in their 40s saw deaths from colon cancer jump nearly 2 percent annually from 2005 to 2014.
Black individuals in the US had death rates from this form of the deadly disease slipped 0.4 per cent to 1.1 per cent annually, on average. "This indicates that there's actually a true increase in disease".
The ACA recommends most people start colon cancer screenings at age 50. The analysis included more than 242,000 people who died from colorectal cancer during this time.
The indicators of colorectal cancer are not good.
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"The trend in colorectal cancer death rates in blacks is consistent with incidence trends, which are stable", Rebecca L. Siegel, MPH, director of surveillance information at the American Cancer Society, told HemOnc Today.