Cancer surges 80 percent worldwide in those under 50

This is horrific.

What’s changed?

Our diets.

Think about all the food the average person consumes these days. Think about all the chemicals and preservatives in those packages people consume. You can’t tell me it’s not having a negative impact. Not to mention, a sedentary lifestyle filled with screen time.

We could add in pollution and an era where we’re prescribed a pill for everything. I discussed some of that in this piece, Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People? | World Events and the Bible.

Cases of cancer among people aged 14 to 49 rose by nearly 80 percent, from 1.82 million to 3.26 million, between 1990 to 2019, according to the study published in the journal BMJ Oncology.

The deadliest cancers were breast, windpipe, lung, bowel and stomach cancers, according to the study.

The more developed the country, the more likely it was to have a higher rate of under-50s diagnosed with cancer, the study said. - Cancer Surging Among Under-50s Worldwide, Study Says | Barron's