Young-onset cancers rise, and experts don’t know why
Rising numbers of young men and women aged under 50 suffering from gastrointestinal cancers — as reflected in a new study in South Australia — is worrying international experts. The long-term SA Cancer Registry data provides compelling evidence of a ‘significant’ increase in young-onset (18–50 years) gastrointestinal adenocarcinomas (cancers) over the past three decades.
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