/ KEY SIGNS / Each third is subjected to cancer in the Czech Republic, and every four months he dies. The country's special "death" region is the region of Plzen, on the contrary, the smallest in the Prague-West region. Why doctors think about it.
Statistical data: one Czech die after 20 minutes. The majority of victims are successful patients. Their body usually falls within two years of the end of the first treatment.
Cancer predominates in lungs, ovaries or prostatitis. "For example, lung cancer can die by up to 85 per cent over five years," says Wellington, a doctor at the Tuberculosis and respiratory tract of the General Hospital.
Ovalial carcinomas are returned in 60% of women and approximately half of the men who have prostate tumors are identified.
Because? These tumors do not catch people yet. "Herbal factors or the type of treatment that can be used can also play a role," says Peter Bedarmjik.
On the contrary, the success rate of breast cancer is high – the probability of returning a woman is about five percent.
However, there are fewer areas of cancer. Data from the Institute for Health Information and Statistics include the western Prague or the Pribamam. Tumors reach about 200 people per hundred thousand people.
On the contrary, physicians in the region of Plzen suffer a great death. "We do not know why. However, Plzen is much more likely to have cancer than the rest of the republic. There, it will die again, "said the head of the Institute of Health and Information Statistics, Lyazzlav Dyusek. According to locals, they often suffer from colonies, pancreas, or kidney cancer.
According to the head of the Oncology and Radiotherapy Clinic at the University Hospital in Plzen, radon can become one of the cancerous diseases in the region. Plenty of place in the area of Plzen.
Radon is a very severe radioactive, even painful lung cancer, even the most common cause of the disease – after smoking.
Life was saved
Doctors, therefore, require at least one prevention of tumors. They were particularly involved in lung cancer. Studies from other European countries show that mortality rates decline quarterly. "In the Czech Republic, it's about 200 lives," he said.
Many screenings are already being implemented. The management of the Department sent residency tests to detect colon cancer