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Sign up for the twice-monthly Your Health newsletter for the latest coronavirus news and more. An image of a human papilloma virus HPV through transmission electron micrograph. New cases of squamous cell carcinoma of the anus increased 2. Moreover, mortality rates for the cancer rose 3.
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Anal Cancer Incidence and Deaths Rise in the United States - National Cancer Institute
The incidence of squamous cell carcinoma of the anus — the most common type of anal cancer — rose 2. At this rate, the disease can be considered as one of the fastest accelerating causes of cancer incidence and mortality in the U. Actress Farrah Fawcett, who died of the disease in , was one of the first high-profile patients to talk about her diagnosis publicly. Among some of the startling statistics: The risk of developing anal cancer was five times higher for black men born in the mids compared to those born in the mids. That may be because young black men are disproportionately affected by HIV, which raises the risk for developing the cancer, Deshmukh said. The risk doubled among white men and white women born after The disease may surpass cervical cancer to become the leading human papillomavirus-linked cancer in elderly women, the study noted.
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Anal Cancer Incidence and Deaths Are Rising in the United States
To halt the rise of anal cancer, everyone eligible needs to be vaccinated against HPV, which causes most cases of the disease. During the two years after Nelda Blair turned 50, her gynecologist urged her to get her first colonoscopy, and she finally agreed. After the test, her gastroenterologist told her she had a rare tumor on her anus and referred her to an oncologist. It turned out to be stage 2 anal cancer, most likely caused by the human papillomavirus HPV. Although anal cancer is rare, the number of people developing and dying from it has steadily increased since , according to a study published in November in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
Anal cancer is a rare tumor usually of squamous histology that is managed most often with concurrent chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Surgery is commonly reserved for those who fail primary treatment. We conducted a retrospective analysis of the medical records of patients with anal cancer seen in two radiation therapy centers in Alaska from the period of to mid Records were reviewed for diagnosis, sex, age, staging, treatment and outcomes. Twenty-four patients were identified with squamous cell carcinoma of the anus.
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