Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Are Anal Cancer Rates Increasing Recently? - Cancer 2

Anal cancer, just for illustration 
(Credit to Cancer Research UK)

Since last 15 years, anal cancer rates are increasing, about 12,000 death cases just last year alone.

In term of percentage, increasing by 2.7% from 2001 to 2015, and 3.1% per year since 2016. It is estimated much more now if diagnosing is expanded to widely population.

Quite surprising that 90% of anal cancer relate to Human Papillomavirus (HPV). Other risk factors are:

- women infected with cervix or vulvar cancers are riskier.
- men with penile cancer have higher risk to be infected with anal cancer
- smoking habit
- multiple sex partners
- more women than men

Because most of anal cancer relate to HPV, thus who got HPV vaccine will have lower chance getting anal cancer.

The vaccine was available since 2006. Who feel under higher risk groups may get 3 shots from physicians. It is fact that people who get shots, free for both HPV and anal cancer.

Take care!

26 comments:

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  2. Anal sex today is part of any relationship. Sometimes care is less used.
    I liked the warning "shout" exposed here
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    Have a nice day
    Friendly greeting

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  3. ...what a pleasant thought!

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  4. Thanks for your informative article...have a nice summer 😊

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    1. Thanks to visit -
      Are Anal Cancer Rates Increasing Recently? - Cancer 2
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      Anal cancer, just for illustration
      (Credit to Cancer Research UK)

      Since last 15 years, anal cancer rates are increasing, about 12,000 death cases just last year alone.

      In term of percentage, increasing by 2.7% from 2001 to 2015, and 3.1% per year since 2016. It is estimated much more now if diagnosing is expanded to widely population.

      Quite surprising that 90% of anal cancer relate to Human Papillomavirus (HPV). Other risk factors are:

      - women infected with cervix or vulvar cancers are riskier.
      - men with penile cancer have higher risk to be infected with anal cancer
      - smoking habit
      - multiple sex partners
      - more women than men

      Because most of anal cancer relate to HPV, thus who got HPV vaccine will have lower chance getting anal cancer.

      The vaccine was available since 2006. Who feel under higher risk groups may get 3 shots from physicians. It is fact that people who get shots, free for both HPV and anal cancer.

      Take care!

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  5. The HPV vaccine has been a great discovery!

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  6. All cancers are scary to me! The vaccine sounds good for those who are high risk. Have a great day!

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  7. Tanza, Having had one form of cancer, I can relate to the concern. Its an ugly thing to have to deal with. Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  8. I also had twice another form of cancer that still causes me health problems and it is also a rotten disease. I once read that this rare disease - the anus carcinoma - also occurs more and more in the Netherlands. I also found your article very interesting. Thanks for posting it.

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    1. Thanks to visit -
      Are Anal Cancer Rates Increasing Recently? - Cancer 2
      -
      Anal cancer, just for illustration
      (Credit to Cancer Research UK)

      Since last 15 years, anal cancer rates are increasing, about 12,000 death cases just last year alone.

      In term of percentage, increasing by 2.7% from 2001 to 2015, and 3.1% per year since 2016. It is estimated much more now if diagnosing is expanded to widely population.

      Quite surprising that 90% of anal cancer relate to Human Papillomavirus (HPV). Other risk factors are:

      - women infected with cervix or vulvar cancers are riskier.
      - men with penile cancer have higher risk to be infected with anal cancer
      - smoking habit
      - multiple sex partners
      - more women than men

      Because most of anal cancer relate to HPV, thus who got HPV vaccine will have lower chance getting anal cancer.

      The vaccine was available since 2006. Who feel under higher risk groups may get 3 shots from physicians. It is fact that people who get shots, free for both HPV and anal cancer.

      Take care!

      Delete
  9. Darn, that is some new information to me!!

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  10. Thanks for sharing this. I never heard of it before.

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  11. It all sounds scary. Informative post. Thank you.

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    1. Thanks to visit -
      Are Anal Cancer Rates Increasing Recently? - Cancer 2
      -
      Anal cancer, just for illustration
      (Credit to Cancer Research UK)

      Since last 15 years, anal cancer rates are increasing, about 12,000 death cases just last year alone.

      In term of percentage, increasing by 2.7% from 2001 to 2015, and 3.1% per year since 2016. It is estimated much more now if diagnosing is expanded to widely population.

      Quite surprising that 90% of anal cancer relate to Human Papillomavirus (HPV). Other risk factors are:

      - women infected with cervix or vulvar cancers are riskier.
      - men with penile cancer have higher risk to be infected with anal cancer
      - smoking habit
      - multiple sex partners
      - more women than men

      Because most of anal cancer relate to HPV, thus who got HPV vaccine will have lower chance getting anal cancer.

      The vaccine was available since 2006. Who feel under higher risk groups may get 3 shots from physicians. It is fact that people who get shots, free for both HPV and anal cancer.

      Take care!

      Delete
  12. Bertambah lagi pengetahuan medis saya berkunjung disini.
    Semua jenis kanker menyeramkan. Semoga kita semua terhindar sari kanker.

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  13. Thank for the info. All types of cancer is scary.

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    1. Thanks to visit -
      Are Anal Cancer Rates Increasing Recently? - Cancer 2
      -
      Anal cancer, just for illustration
      (Credit to Cancer Research UK)

      Since last 15 years, anal cancer rates are increasing, about 12,000 death cases just last year alone.

      In term of percentage, increasing by 2.7% from 2001 to 2015, and 3.1% per year since 2016. It is estimated much more now if diagnosing is expanded to widely population.

      Quite surprising that 90% of anal cancer relate to Human Papillomavirus (HPV). Other risk factors are:

      - women infected with cervix or vulvar cancers are riskier.
      - men with penile cancer have higher risk to be infected with anal cancer
      - smoking habit
      - multiple sex partners
      - more women than men

      Because most of anal cancer relate to HPV, thus who got HPV vaccine will have lower chance getting anal cancer.

      The vaccine was available since 2006. Who feel under higher risk groups may get 3 shots from physicians. It is fact that people who get shots, free for both HPV and anal cancer.

      Take care!

      Delete
  15. All cancers are scary.
    Thanks for the info.
    Best regards Irma

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  16. Thank you for vizit on my blog :)!!!

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  17. You too, take care !
    And have a pleasant weekend.

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  18. Very interesing post! thank for sharing, have a good weekend!

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    1. Thanks to visit -
      Are Anal Cancer Rates Increasing Recently? - Cancer 2
      -
      Anal cancer, just for illustration
      (Credit to Cancer Research UK)

      Since last 15 years, anal cancer rates are increasing, about 12,000 death cases just last year alone.

      In term of percentage, increasing by 2.7% from 2001 to 2015, and 3.1% per year since 2016. It is estimated much more now if diagnosing is expanded to widely population.

      Quite surprising that 90% of anal cancer relate to Human Papillomavirus (HPV). Other risk factors are:

      - women infected with cervix or vulvar cancers are riskier.
      - men with penile cancer have higher risk to be infected with anal cancer
      - smoking habit
      - multiple sex partners
      - more women than men

      Because most of anal cancer relate to HPV, thus who got HPV vaccine will have lower chance getting anal cancer.

      The vaccine was available since 2006. Who feel under higher risk groups may get 3 shots from physicians. It is fact that people who get shots, free for both HPV and anal cancer.

      Take care!

      Delete

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