Pay attention.. Diabetes doubles the death rate of cancer patients!

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In view of the high incidence of diabetes among the citizens of the Kingdom to a large extent, concerted efforts are being made to search for solutions.

A new study revealed that having type 2 diabetes increases the risk of dying from some types of cancer by more than double.

And a team of British researchers found that people with bowel, liver, pancreas and endometrial cancer are twice as likely to die if they have diabetes, according to the British Daily Mail.

major cause of death

The study also revealed that younger women with type 2 diabetes are at increased risk of dying from breast cancer.

These results also showed that cancer overtook the risk of heart attack and stroke as the leading cause of death in people with type 2 diabetes.

The researchers also found that prolonged exposure to the effects of increased blood sugar, insulin resistance and chronic inflammation can cause some types of cancer.

The study also warned of an increased death rate unless more is done to control the matter, and called for the need for additional cancer screening programs to target people most at risk.

In this study, the researchers analyzed trends in deaths from cancer and other causes by age, sex, race, socioeconomic status, obesity, and smoking status.

The study used a UK database to access information on more than 135,000 Britons, aged 35 and over, who were diagnosed with type 2 diabetes between 1998 and 2018.

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The researchers found that pancreatic, liver and lung cancer death rates increased at all ages and bowel cancer deaths increased in most age groups.

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While breast cancer rates have increased in younger women under the age of 55, so have rates of prostate and endometrial cancer in people 75 and over.

4 million infected with the disease

In this study, the researchers analyzed trends in deaths from cancer and other causes by age, sex, race, socioeconomic status, obesity, and smoking status.

They then compared the rates in people with type 2 diabetes to the general population, and found that having type 2 diabetes increased the risk of dying from any type of cancer by 18 percent.

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The results also showed that those who were obese and smokers were more likely to die from cancer.

Dr. Suping Ling, who led the research conducted by the Lister Diabetes Center and London Research College, said that the results showed that type 2 diabetes affects cancer death rates, calling for the need to change the current screening programs and conduct more in-depth investigations of suspected cancer symptoms in patients with diabetes. Type II to reduce the number of cancer deaths.

It is indicated that more than 4 million people in the UK have type 2 diabetes with another 13.5 million people at risk of developing diabetes; due to obesity.

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