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Incidances and mortalities due to Blood Cancers.

Cancer is one of the most ravaging non communicable diseases on earth. Fact sheet of WHO says that in 2008, 13% (7.6 million) of all the deaths in world were cause of cancer. It is predicted that by the end of 2030, it will cross the boundary beyond 11 million per year (WHO Fact sheet accession number N 297). Its alarmingly increasing frequency may catalog it as an epidemic. According to the data provided by “The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society” Newyork; every 10 minutes, only blood cancer stamps an individual’s life as a part of history in US alone. That means nearly 148 people every day and more than 6 every hour. In US 259,889 people are living with or in remission states for leukemia and it is the one third of all the cancer deaths in children below age 15.
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