Cancer Expected To Kill More Than 9 Million People Globally This Year: Report

The cancer research agency said more than half of all cancer deaths will occur in Asia, home to 60 percent of the world's population. Europe accounts for about 23 percent of cancer cases while the Americas accounts for 21 percent. Africa has approximately 7 percent of the world's cancer cases, but the continent's death rate tends to be higher, mainly because cancers aren't caught early or aren't easily treatable given the limited health resources there.

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