The underlying aim of the study is to investigate the reasons behinds the rapid growths of cancer populations and the cancer mortality rates in the Northeastern States of the country. The current study is an analytical study on the collected data and reports of the following reliable sources: The Population-Based Cancer Registries’ Data of the Central and State Governments, the data from National Cancer Registry and Regional Cancer Centers, National Family Health Survey of India (NFHS-3), National Institute of Cancer Prevention and Research, and Indian Council of Medical Research. The study will be specific to the reasons behind the rapid growths, causes, and solutions in the Northeastern regions of the country. The study also utilized the available journals database, along with World Health Organization database. The researcher also access to the government’s data and hospitals documents on cancer statistics and their reports. By eliminating the usages of tobacco, cigarettes, chewing, and bitternuts with hygenic environment, the rates of oral lip, breast, mouth, cervical, head and neck, and the nasopharyngeal cancer can successfully be reduces into at least 40-50% in Northeast region, as per the researcher findings. The urgent need of the regions is to develop social awareness on the causes of cancer. Gearing up for health awareness and strengthening the health care team at the community level by addressing the cancer preventive measures in the Northeast region will effectively decreases the growing cancerpopulations of cancer/terminal illness.
: January 29, 2019
|EndNote||%0 The European Research Journal Terminal cancer in Northeast India: an analytical study on its rapid growth, causes, and solutions %A Suantak D Vai̇phei̇ , Devendra Singh Si̇sodi̇a %T Terminal cancer in Northeast India: an analytical study on its rapid growth, causes, and solutions %D 2020 %J The European Research Journal %P -2149-3189 %V 6 %N 3 %R doi: 10.18621/eurj.519115 %U 10.18621/eurj.519115|