Cancer, in statistical decline as a cause of death

An oncological analysis that tends to de-dramatize the disease, to combat the deadly weight of the word and to face treatments without fear.

More people die from cardiovascular disease than from cancer. Furthermore, approximately 50% of people diagnosed with cancer, in civilized countries, are cured with conventional medicine, that is, with surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. And the percentage reaches 90% in certain types of cancer. Many are curable with surgery, especially if they are diagnosed early. For others, the curative effect of chemotherapy has already been demonstrated, far outweighing its temporary and adverse effects. For example, for the cure of certain leukemias, lymphomas, testicular cancer, chemotherapy plays a preponderant role.