Over the past thirty years, according to an analysis presented on Sunday at the 2014 NCRI Cancer Conference in Glasgow, male deaths from melanoma were greater in 33 countries than female deaths. Rates between women are either balanced or decreased.
The study focused on 33 developed countries in Europe, North America and Australasia, as they have the most reliable data.
Tedavi They wanted to make an up-to-date analysis of the recent melanoma mortality rates in the new world to try to understand these models, and they wanted to investigate whether any new diagnostic, therapeutic and prevention strategies have any impact,, he says. Leading the research, Royal Free London is a young doctor in the NHS Foundation Trust.
Yang has led to an increase in mortality rates (for melanoma) in the past 30 years. Kendilerini There is evidence that men are unlikely to be engaged in sun protection or melanoma awareness and prevention campaigns. “
She emphasized that male and female biological differences are currently being studied to determine if they also contribute to gender inequality in deaths from melanoma, and that this is an observational study and that there is a need for further investigation into the gender differences in mortality. .
Rise in 32 countries
Australia and Slovenia have been found to have the highest melanoma mortality in both sexes between 2013 and 2015. For every 100,000 women in Australia, 572 men deaths have been reported for 2.53 women per 100,000 women. The proportion of males in Slovenia was 3.86 in the 100,000 population.
Other countries, such as Slovakia and Croatia, experienced a large number of deaths from melanoma during this period.
The United Kingdom was in the middle and 2.57 people in 1007 died in women compared to 1.58. The US did not have data for this period.
Japan saw the lowest increase in melanoma deaths in a three-year period, with 0.24 men and 100,000 women in every 100,000 deaths.
The only country that reported a decrease in melanoma male deaths was the Czech Republic. There, a decline of 0.7% between 1985 and 2015 was found.
Israel and the Czech Republic were the best performing countries in reducing women's mortality. Israel reports a 23.4% decline, and the Czech Republic reduces 15.5% of female deaths due to skin cancer.
Portugal, Greece and Ireland, the largest male death rate increase from melanoma to 1985, followed by an increase of 192.4%, followed by 121% and 115.5%. followed.
In the same period, Spain caused a 160.7% increase in women's melanoma deaths, while in Spain, women's deaths increased by 130.6% and women's deaths increased by 73.6%.
Exposure to UV radiation
Yang, the biggest risk factor for melanoma, ultraviolet radiation, overexposure, sun exposure or using sunbeds announced that.
Despite public health efforts to increase public awareness of these risk factors, Yang said that in recent decades, there has been an increase in melanoma cases, especially in areas with fair-skinned populations.
Hastalık We know that 10 out of 10 people diagnosed with melanoma skin cancer live in the UK for at least 10 years, lar said Martin Ledwick, chief information nurse at Cancer Research UK, in an e-mail sent to CNN. . "A growing and aging population means that more people are ever diagnosed with disease."
Ledwick, this study shows that men increase the mortality rates, to investigate the cause of this research is needed, he added. "Researchers, after knowing the answer, may advise men to target information to men about how to reduce the risk of skin cancer by recommending advice on how to stay safe in the sun, new spleens or spotting, or making changes to existing ones."
"This study shows that mortality rates for melanoma are being balanced or decreased in some countries, especially for women," said Poulam Patel, chair of the NCRI Skin Cancer Clinical Trials group, and Poulam Patel, professor of clinical oncology at the University of Nottingham, CNN. Not included in the survey, Patel added that the findings need more scrutiny.
Ini These results also indicate that melanoma will continue to be a health problem in the coming years and we need to find effective strategies to accurately diagnose and successfully treat patients,. Said Patel.