No decrease in cancer mortality in Hungary English Facebook Twitter Pinterest Mail Cancer mortality rates are not improving: the number of cancer deaths in the s and s was 30 to 33 thousand every year, and the number is the same today. Cancer claimed the fewest lives in and with around 30, deaths, while in and this number was more than 33, Cancer mortality rates are not improving: the number of cancer deaths in the s and s was 30 to 33 thousand every year, and the number is the same today.
Central Statistical Office KSH figures show that thousand men and thousand women die of cancer each year. Inabout Unfortunately, the situation is worsening for women: 30 years ago the number of deaths from oncological diseases was still under 13, inhowever, it exceeded 14, and there was one year - - when more than 15, women lost their lives to cancer.
Men deaths due to cancer were more affected than women With deaths per inhabitants, Hungary recorded the highest age-standardised death rate from cancer among the EU Member States. High death rates from cancer were also registered in CroatiaSlovakia and Slovenia In contrast, low death rates from cancer were recorded in a number of Mediterranean and Nordic countries. The lowest rate was recorded in Cyprus with deaths from cancer per inhabitants, followed by FinlandMaltaSweden and Spain
The third most frequent cause of cancer death was prostate cancer in men and colorectal cancer in women. According to KSH data published sincetwenty years ago 62, newly diagnosed cancer cases were recorded, while in the same number was already 74, In the last 20 years, the number of patients newly diagnosed with cancer increased from 32, to 36, for men and from 30, to 37, for women.