Top 10 Countries With Highest Cancer Patients & Rates in the World

Cancer is a dangerous epidemic that has spread around the world rapidly.It is the deadly disease that destroys the body’s immune system and makes the body prone and exposed to other diseases.There were 12.7 million of cancer patients around the world according to the 2008 estimates out of which 6.6 million were men, and around 6.1 million were reported to be women. The lung cancer is the most prevalent among all types of cancers.Secondly, the breast cancer rate is very high and then comes the prostate cancer and as a result, of these cancer amounts the patient cancer rates are expected to rise in 21 million by 2030.


Here is the list of the top ten countries with highest cancer’s rate and to the surprise of many these are the developed countries and there cancer’s rate is higher than the other less developed countries.


Denmark is the developed and civilized country but has the world highest cancer’s rate in the world. It is also called as the cancer capital of the world with 326 people in 100,000 having this deadly disease. The major reason behind this cancer rate is that most of the Danish women are smokers while the country is also prone to high level of alcohol consumption.


Ireland is the second country with highest rates. In Ireland, this disease is said to be caused due to bad luck mostly, and other reasons are the generic causes and the lifestyle factors. But the major reason in Ireland is also smoking and alcohol consumption.


Australia is the third country having the most cancerian patients. 126800 cases of this disease in Australia are to be diagnosed this year, and the number is expected to increase by 50,000 by 2020. It is the major cause of death in Australia. The aging factor in Australia is important as people who grow old get this disease. The most common are lung and breast cancer among women.


France s n the fourth position regarding cancer. The dietary supplements in France are also causing cancers prognosis in France. About 2% of women, and 29% of the men in France are suffering from cancer. Other causes of this disease are the smoking and alcohol consumption in France.


New Zealand also has the high amount of Cancer’s patients.The Kiwis are educated people, but the disease’s rise in the country has raised many concerns. The breast cancer has largely increased.And around 3000 of women suffering from this fatal disease are diagnosed.


In 2015, the total cancer deaths in the United States are 589,480 in the US. Most of the cancerian patients in the United States are due to the imbalanced lifestyle excessive smoking and the consumption of alcohol excessively the government of the United States is increasing the diagnosis facilities and looking over the dangerous increment in it’s figures.


In Belgium, the breast cancer rated being monitored in 1954. It is the most common in the Belgium, and its rates are incredibly increasing posing threat to the country. The cancer rates are highest in age groups between 35 to 49 and 50 to 69.


The total number of cancer cases reported in 2012 were 30.99.Cancer’s of lungs, breast and prostate and colon are most prevalent here. Almost half of the cases in Norway are found to be at the age of 70.


Canada is the well-developed country but still it is suffering from high cancer’s rates and mortality. The reasons are the delay in diagnosis and the aging. The rates are increasing, but the government is taking appropriate steps to reduce disease rates.


The Czech Republic has high cancer’s burden in European countries. The most common one is the nonmelanoma skin cancer. The total men amounting 736 and-and 648 women out of 100,000 people in the Czech Republic suffering from this disease. The overall mortality rate is 263 deaths per 100,000 persons. Breast, lung, and the prostate cancer are also present in high rates.