2008 cases were malignant of digestive organs, followed by malignant of respiratory organs. Similar pattern recorded by Tung’s research where the figure for the former and the latter were 36.8% and 11.9% respectively. Fukhrul’s study also recorded the same results. Cancer of digestive and respiratory organs were leading sites in the cancer pattern of many nations. Health professionals, policy-makers and researchers need to make decisions and identify priorities for action in these kinds of cancer.

Our study found that cancer of liver and lung were more frequent in males. A similar result was presented in the statistics of WHO 2018 in Vietnam, where cancer figures in males were 15.4% (liver) and 14.4% (lung). Vietnam has been a highly endemic country of hepatitis B virus (HBV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV) infections and these chronic liver diseases may be a contributing factor for causation of liver cancer. A study in central Vietnam showed that approximately 90.0% of patients with HCC had evidence of HBV, and one-seventh of them were related to HCV. In our study, lung cancer was the second leading site among both males and females, which is similar to the study conducted in America. This could be attributable to the higher prevalence of smoking among Vietnamese as well as this country compared to other nations.

The most common cancer in females was breast cancer. This finding was similar to figures in the study of Basav. Cervical cancer was the common cancer in women in the previous studies. But since the 2000s, breast cancer has always taken the first position in patterns cancer. This showed the effectiveness of screening program for early detection of cervical cancer as well as the HPV vaccination. In our study, for females the third leading cancer site was thyroid. It was similar to the result in Ty’s study.

It can be seen from our study that the middle aged group was at the highest risk of developing cancers. Malignant of male genital organs made up the highest percentage in advanced age groups whereas malignant of breast recorded the highest proportion in the younger one. Our study also showed that: In the age groups under 50 years, the number of female cases was higher than male ones. It is essential to setting priorities for cancer screening measures at the appropriate age.

Are you Trần Bảo Khuyên ? This person has been posting the same kind medical research articles. If you are, please use only one account.


2008 (Do not begin a sentence with a numeric value.) cases were malignant (Malignant is an adjective. You cannot use this form as a noun.) of the digestive tract digestive organs, followed by malignant of respiratory organs. A similar pattern was recorded (wrong verb form - you need the passive, not active) by Tung in his research where the figure (wrong word, wrong form) values for the former and the latter were 36.8% and 11.9% respectively. Fukhrul’s study also recorded the same results. (That means 36.8% and 11.9%. Is that true?) Cancer of digestive and respiratory organs were leading sites in the cancer pattern of many nations. (Awkward, unnatural) Health professionals, policy-makers and researchers need to make decisions and identify priorities for action in these kinds of cancer.

Our study found that liver and lung cancer of liver and lung were more frequent in males. A similar result was presented in the statistics of WHO 2018 in Vietnam, where the proportions of cancers figures in males were 15.4% (liver) and 14.4% (lung). Vietnam has been a highly endemic is a country where of hepatitis B virus (HBV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV) infections are very common and these infectious agents chronic liver diseases may be a contributing factor for causation of liver cancer. A study in central Vietnam showed that approximately 90.0% of patients with HCC (What is this? You have not defined the acronym.) had evidence of HBV, and one-seventh of them were related to (This does not make sense.) HCV. In our study, lung cancer was the second leading site (Cause of death?) among both males and females, which is similar to the study conducted in America. This could be attributable to the higher prevalence of smoking among Vietnamese as well as this country (I do not understand this.) compared to other nations.

The most common cancer in females was breast cancer. This finding was similar to what was found figures in the study of Basav. (What is Basav?) Cervical cancer was the most common cancer in women in the previous studies. But since the 2000s, breast cancer has always taken the first position. in patterns cancer. This shows / demonstrates / is evidence for showed the effectiveness of screening programs for early detection of cervical cancer as well as the HPV vaccination. In our study, for females the third most frequent cancer was thyroid cancer. leading cancer site was thyroid. It was similar to (That is not scientific. Was thyroid cancer also the third most prevalent in this other study?) the result in Ty’s study.

It can be seen from our study that the middle aged group was at the highest risk of developing cancers. Malignant of male genital organs (Do you mean prostrate cancer?) made up the highest percentage in advanced age groups whereas malignant of breast (breast cancer was...) recorded the highest proportion in the younger age group one. (Male breast cancer is extremely rare. That is an unusual finding.) Our study also showed that: In the age groups under 50 years, the number of female cases exceeded that of males. was higher than male ones. It is essential to setting priorities for cancer screening measures at the appropriate age.