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I made a list of top 10 Cancers that are killing humans worldwide.
Worthy of note are the Cancers killing Nigerians

I added how you can reduce your chance of these Cancers.
Please check this thread and Retweet
#WorldCancerDay2022
Breast cancer

-Self breast examination
Exclusive breastfeeding
-Reducing the use of Oral contraceptives
- Reducing your exposure to Radiation
Reduce your Alcohol
-If you're Obese try and lose weight
- Stop smoking
-Healthy diet
-Know if Breast Cancer runs in your family
Lung cancer

- stop smoking
- Avoid staying around smokers (Passive smoking)
-Try and avoid unnecessary exposure to radiation
- If possible live somewhere where there is reduced air pollutants ( my worry about Port Harcourt people)
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¿Qué cáncer? ¿Cómo es que un tumor empieza a crecer sin control? ¿Por qué sigue creciendo?
Hoy les platicaré sobre las características que adquirieren las células cancerígenas para volverse ese enemigo que tanto dolor nos produce
#WorldCancerDay #DiaMundialContraElCancer
El cáncer en es un conjunto de más de 200 tipos de enfermedades en el que algunas células del cuerpo se multiplican sin control y se diseminan a otras partes del cuerpo (lo que llamamos metástasis)
En condiciones normales, las células se forman y se multiplican (división celular) para formar células nuevas a medida que el cuerpo las necesita. Cuando las células envejecen o se dañan, mueren y las células nuevas las reemplazan.
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Today is #WorldCancerDay and I encourage all, but especially women, to please go to your doctor for regular check ups, listen to your body, and demand cancer marker tests be done. Ovarian, cervical, and breast cancers can and are treatable if caught early.
There is nothing as arduous as the battle with cancer. Even though I have been in remission for 3 years now, my body is still not back to its regular self and every 6 months I have to wait and see if it's happened to come back or not. #WorldCancerDay
I want us to be honest about it. I hated the faux positivity I felt I had to perform as a cancer patient and I had the performative empathy people gave me. On this #WorldCancerDay, the best thing you can do for a cancer patient is just fight alongside them, not pity them.
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Today is #WorldCancerDay.

#Cancer is one of the world’s leading causes of death - accounting for nearly 10 million deaths in 2020, or nearly one in six deaths - despite the fact that all cancers can be treated and many can be prevented or cured.

More bit.ly/3oqKgYT
The most common cancers are breast, lung, colorectal and prostate cancers bit.ly/2Bh7xnG

#cancer #WorldCancerDay Image
Around 1 in 3 deaths from #cancer are due to tobacco use, high body mass index, alcohol consumption, low fruit and vegetable intake and lack of physical activity bit.ly/2Bh7xnG

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🔴🎥Watch LIVE as WHO/Europe holds a virtual press briefing on COVID-19 with @hans_kluge and technical experts, including a message from @aronanderson ahead of #WorldCancerDay twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
The European Region has recorded 12 million new cases in the past week. This is the highest weekly case incidence since the start of the pandemic and is largely being driven by the highly transmissible Omicron variant, as it sweeps from West to East @hans_kluge
30% of all COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began have been reported this year alone.

We now have nearly 150 million reported cases of #COVID19 in Europe and Central Asia to date.

22% of all tests recorded are positive @hans_kluge
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Cancer is a personal story for all of us.

This is why we are working on prevention, early diagnosis, and equal access to care.

Ahead of #WorldCancerDay and a year since the #EUCancerPlan, we are launching 4️new actions with specific objectives.
Here they are: ⬇️ Image
Objective 1 ➞ Everyone in our 🇪🇺 Union should get the cancer treatment they need.

Our Cancer Inequalities Registry will help identify and tackle inequalities in cancer prevention and care due to gender, educational attainment and disparities between regions.

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Objective 2 ➞ Ensuring 90% of the EU population who qualify for breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screenings are offered it by 2025.

Finding cancer at an early stage can save lives. This is why a cancer screening call for evidence is important.

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#OnThisDay in 1915, American physicist Robert Hofstadter was born!
Hofstadter was awarded half of the 1961 @NobelPrize in Physics for his contributions towards our understanding of electron scattering as well as the structure of protons and neutrons. #TIL #WorldCancerDay
He is also known for his accurate prediction of two types of meson, which are subatomic particles consisting of one quark and one antiquark: the omega-meson and the rho-meson.
Hofstadter contributed to the development of nuclear medicine, specifically the use of gamma-ray spectroscopy techniques such as positron emission tomography. These medical imaging techniques are used for the diagnosis and monitoring of cancer as well as neurological conditions.
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El cáncer es una de las principales causas de muerte en el mundo
Entre el 30 y el 50% de los cánceres se pueden evitar.

10 tips para prevenir

Abro 🧵

@WeTweetScienceM
#cancerday #WorldCancerDay #DiaMundialContraElCancer
.1- Ejercicio: ¿Cuánto? ¿Entre 150-300 min a la semana…Toooodo cuenta, también la actividad física ligera y no continúa... así que estacionar coche lejos, subir escaleras, etc... si hacen la diferencia. Ojo: si tu ejercicio es al aire libre no olvidar bloqueador solar.
2- Tabaco: Es riesgo para casi todos tipos de cáncer, a todas las dosis y en todas las modalidades incluido el de tercera mano (lo que se impregna en ropa y muebles). El tabaquismo es el principal factor de riesgo y ocasiona aproximadamente el 22% de las muertes por cáncer
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#WorldCancerDay
Many factors affect the formation and proliferation of Cancer Cells.

But one very effective way of preventing and stopping the growth of cancerous cells is through autophagy

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3 ways of inducing Autophagy
-Fasting

-Exercise

-ketogenic Diets

Much has already been written about Autophagy here👇
This thread seeks to Consolidate the use of fasting in treating Cancer and other metabolic complications that are implicated in Cancer e.g Obesity
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Our #WCD2021 event on #COVID19's impact on global cancer services starts in 10 mins!
 
Join @rafaelmgrossi, @IAEANA's M.Abdel-Wahab, @iaeapact's @LisaSglobal, @gjmdhoop, @XavierSticker, @AzzeddineFarha1 & 🇮🇩's S.Gondhowiardjo.
 
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“This event is an opportunity to be reminded of where we are — we don’t stop for a single minute, and when it comes to cancer we can’t stop,” says @rafaelmgrossi, emphasizing the IAEA has been extremely active in supporting its Member States during the pandemic. #WorldCancerDay
#Radiotherapy has been an optimal treatment option during the #COVID19 pandemic for cancer patients b/c it doesn't compete for in-demand hospital resources such as intensive care unit beds & is amenable to treatments w/ shorter regimens of radiation.” — @IAEANA's May Abdel-Wahab
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It's #WorldCancerDay so, let's talk about some of the utter nonsense that's promoted as cancer cure #quackery. Spoiler: none of them cure any kind of cancer. They might give you other health conditions to deal with, though.
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MMS (sodium chlorite solution) & CD (chlorine dioxide). MMS is sold as "water purification drops" & it does do that. It's also touted as a cure for literally everything, inc. cancer. It doesn't cure anything. It does cause gastrointestinal distress.
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chronicleflask.com/2016/08/27/mms…
Homeopathy: substances so extremely diluted in water or ethanol that no traces of the original molecule remain. In quite a few cases, that's a good thing--because the stuff in question is pretty nasty. Anyway, at best it's just sugar.

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chronicleflask.com/2017/04/01/haz…
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1. Today is #WorldCancerDay our analysis led by @dr_mosama & @hvanspall academic.oup.com/ehjacc/advance… with @AnaBaracCardio @islamelgendy83 @DLBHATTMD @adnanalkhouli @safinmc @dataevan studies disparities in care & outcomes of cancer pts presenting with STEMI @DrMarthaGulati @ShrillaB
2. #WorldCancerDay It builds on our work published last year led by @adityadoc1 showing pts with cancer less likely to be managed invasively, and when they are have better outcomes. academic.oup.com/eurheartj/arti… @MKIttlesonMD @ovidiogarciav @DrPeterOKane @SukhNijjer @CardioIAN
3. #WorldCancerDay The greatest incidence of AMI in cancer pts is within 30d of Ca diagnosis, many treatments can ⬆️risk aswell as shared risk factors. We sought to study whether STEMI pts with cancer are less likley to get PPCI & whether they benefit academic.oup.com/ehjacc/advance…
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Today is #WorldCancerDay

Here are some ways to ↘️ your #cancer risk:
🚭 Don't use tobacco
🏊‍♂️ Exercise regularly
🍅 Eat healthy foods
☀️ Avoid strong sunlight for prolonged periods
🥃 Drink less alcohol

Let's beat cancer!

👉 bit.ly/39Mpg7X
It's #WorldCancerDay

#Cancer is on the rise ↗️ !
Almost 20 million people were diagnosed with cancer in 2020. Currently, 1⃣ in 5⃣ people worldwide 🌎🌍🌏 develop cancer during their lifetime.

👉 bit.ly/39Mpg7X
The most commonly occurring #cancer types worldwide 🌎🌍🌏 are:
🔸 Breast cancer: 12%
🔸 Lung cancer: 11%
🔸 Colorectal cancer: 10%
🔸 Prostate cancer: 7%

👉 bit.ly/2LnWRvO

#WorldCancerDay
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It’s #WorldCancerDay which is something I never thought I’d care about. But then I was diagnosed w bone marrow cancer aka Multiple Myeloma this past summer. I was 38, had a 4 month old. Didn’t feel sick at all but I knew something was wrong. Here’s some stuff I want you to know:
The first doctor I went to told me nothing was wrong and that I needed to lose weight. My second opinion doctor is the reason we discovered that my bone marrow was full of cancer. Always be the expert in your body. Advocate for yourself. Because these doctors are just people.
Then, the first oncologist I saw was a mess and sexist and AGAIN, I had to get a second opinion to get to the bottom of what was going on, even though he was “an expert.” I finally got an appt with a sought-after specialist who barely squeezed me in, and that changed everything.
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We believe cancer can be beaten with sufficient doses of love & support. So all day today, the #HumansOfOando are sending out love pills to all cancer patients & survivors. Share to encourage anyone you know with cancer. #WorldCancerDay #YouAreAndYouwill #OandoCares #IAmAndIWill Image
We believe cancer can be beaten with sufficient doses of love & support. So all day today, the #HumansOfOando are sending out love pills to all cancer patients & survivors. Share to encourage anyone you know with cancer. #WorldCancerDay #YouAreAndYouwill #OandoCares #IAmAndIWill Image
We believe cancer can be beaten with sufficient doses of love & support. So all day today, the #HumansOfOando are sending out love pills to all cancer patients & survivors. Share to encourage anyone you know with cancer. #WorldCancerDay #YouAreAndYouwill #OandoCares #IAmAndIWill Image
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Hoy es el #WorldCancerDay. ¿Cuál es el cáncer más frecuente? ¿Es lo mismo para ambos sexos? ¿En todo el mundo es igual? ⏬Hilo⏬ Image
Los países desarrollados suelen tener más incidencia (casos nuevos al año) de cáncer. Argentina se encuentra entre los países con alta incidencia, aunque sin alcanzar la de Estados Unidos, Canadá, Australia y europeos. Image
En los países desarrollados predominan los cánceres asociados a factores de riesgo no contagiosos como la obesidad. Image
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On World Cancer Day, our hearts go out to all those who have struggled because of cancer, those who have survived, and those who have passed away #WorldCancerDay
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We also want to raise awareness about patients who have been wrongly refused cancer treatment under current #NHS charging rules. #Cancer treatment should always be provided under the safeguards, but the rules are so complicated that hospitals are struggling to implement them
Kelemua Mulat, whose treatment for cancer was suspended for 6 weeks because she couldn’t pay thousands of pounds upfront. She passed at 39 years old.
theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/j…
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Today is #WorldCancerDay! We'll be tweeting throughout the day to highlight the role that our National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service (#NCRAS) plays in using data to improve cancer care. Find out more: bit.ly/2uhdJf1 World Cancer Day logo
NCRAS holds the richest and largest collection of data on cancer in the world. This data is used to improve the diagnosis and treatment of cancer in the NHS. Watch this video to find out more: vimeo.com/264132013
#WorldCancerDay
“Data is becoming more and more vital in the fight against disease and cancer is no exception”.
#NCRAS share examples of how they're using data to fight cancer in this new blog: bit.ly/2uhdJf1
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We believe cancer can be beaten with sufficient doses of love & support. So all day today, the #HumansOfOando are sending out love pills to all cancer patients & survivors. Share to encourage anyone you know with cancer. #WorldCancerDay #YouAreAndYouwill #OandoCares #IAmAndIWill Image
All day today, the #HumansOfOando are sending out love pills to all cancer patients & survivors across the globe. Do share to encourage anyone you know with cancer. #WorldCancerDay #YouAreAndYouwill #OandoCares #IAmAndIWill Image
We believe cancer can be beaten with sufficient doses of love & support. All day today, we are sending out love pills to all cancer patients & survivors. Do share to encourage anyone you know with cancer. #WorldCancerDay #YouAreAndYouwill #OandoCares #HumansOfOando #IAmAndIWill Image
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This #WorldCancerDay find out how we help facilitate and regulate cancer research in the UK.
Our Research Ethics Committees (RECs) review and approve around 6,000 studies every year, many related to cancer. hra.nhs.uk/about-us/commi…
Richard Stephens is entering his third decade working as a patient advocate and ensuring patients are involved in the design of cancer trials. Read his blog: hra.nhs.uk/about-us/news-…
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On #WorldCancerDay I call upon the medical fraternity & experts to raise awareness on cancer prevention among people.

Greater focus and attention must be paid towards early detection, diagnosis, treatment of cancer. Image
Periodic screening of people, especially those at risk of developing cancer must be undertaken in both rural and urban areas. #WorldCancerDay2020
I call upon the medical fraternity to create awareness among the people, particularly the youth, on the dangers posed by sedentary lifestyle and unhealthy dietary habits.
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It's #WorldCancerDay

DYK: In 2018, over 18 MILLION people around 🌏🌍🌎 had #cancer, and 10 MILLION people died from the disease.

bit.ly/37VHVuP

Let's beat cancer!

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@WHOWPRO @pahowho @WHO_Europe @WHOEMRO @WHOSEARO @WHOAFRO @DrTedros @UN @UN_News_Centre On #WorldCancerDay, WHO outlines steps to save 7 million lives from #cancer over the next ten years bit.ly/37VHVuP

Let's beat cancer!

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@WHOWPRO @pahowho @WHO_Europe @WHOEMRO @WHOSEARO @WHOAFRO @DrTedros @UN @UN_News_Centre These are proven interventions to beat #cancer:

🚭controlling tobacco use

💉vaccinating against hepatitis B to prevent liver cancer

💉vaccinating against HPV to eliminate cervical cancer

🩺 screening & treatment

💊access to palliative care

bit.ly/37VHVuP
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Two NEW modelling studies: Cervical cancer could be eliminated in countries worst affected by the disease, and 62 million women’s lives could be saved by 2120: 1) thelancet.com/journals/lance… 2) thelancet.com/journals/lance…
These studies quantify for the first time how many cervical cancer cases could be averted and how many women's lives saved in 78 LMICs if @WHO proposed measures for cervical cancer elimination are implemented [video of scenarios]
@WHO "The findings from these two modelling analyses show us that considerable progress can be made in reducing the intolerable and preventable global burden of #cervicalcancer"

Comment from Vivien Davis Tsu hubs.ly/H0mS-Zy0 #WorldCancerDay Image
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The new year begins and I usher into a scientific journey where I shall be challenging myself with scientific quest and reviewing a scientific article/blog/interview/technique or facts on a daily basis. (or at least try😉) #365DaysOfScience
Let the journey begin.
The most cited article (over 300,000 times) is the @jbiolchem paper for a technique to estimate protein concentration in a solution. The paper is "Protein measurement with the folin phenol reagent".
#365DaysOfScience
Image: @nature Image
Yes, the classic Lowry's method was published in May 1951. This is a colourimetric assay which gives an estimation of the amount of protein based on a standard curve obtained from a protein of known concentration (usually BSA).
#365DaysOfScience
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