Five categories of people need regular cancer screening


Five categories of people need regular cancer screening

“Protecting the environment and staying away from cancer” is the theme of this year’s National Cancer Prevention Awareness Week.

It is reported that an average of about 3.12 million new cases of tumors occur every year, and 6 people are diagnosed with cancer every minute. According to the latest epidemiological survey, almost all tumors are related to environmental factors.

Recently, family doctors conducted an online survey of the Green Life-Anti-Cancer Ability Survey, 88.

33% of the respondents did not conduct regular anti-cancer medical examinations, and 25% thought that routine medical examinations were sufficient to achieve cancer prevention.

  The survey was designed by a family doctor’s online tumor channel. A total of 1032 netizens participated.

For 88.

33% of the respondents did not conduct regular cancer prevention physical examinations. Professor Liao Zhener, Executive Deputy Dean of the Cancer Prevention Center of Sun Yat-Sen University, said that regular visits to cancer hospitals for regular cancer prevention physical examinations are very important to prevent cancer.

Five groups of people must undergo regular medical checkups for cancer prevention: people over 40 years of age; people with a family history of cancer, that is, people who have cancer susceptibility genes; people living in areas with high incidence of cancer, taking Guangdong as an example, Zhongshan, Sihui, and other river basinsNasopharyngeal cancer is high, and esophageal cancer is high in Chaoshan area. Residents in the above areas should be screened regularly for corresponding tumors; people with precancerous disease, such as polyps, gastroscopy found moderate to severe hyperplasia, dysplasia and other complications; etc., Such as radioactive substances, chemical substances, polluting substances from factories and mining enterprises.

Professor Liao candidate: People over the age of 40 are better to have a physical examination once a year, and high-risk groups should have a cancer prevention physical examination every six months.

  Diet has important clinical significance for the formation and complications of cancer. According to the survey data, 59.

09% of netizens believe that food insecurity is also the cause of cancer.


18% of netizens have adopted a diet to prevent cancer.

For dietary cancer prevention, Professor Liao suggested that food is best eaten fresh and eat less overnight foods. The diet should be light and reduce the intake of high oil, high salt and other foods.

While maintaining the supplementary structure mainly based on cereals, pay attention to supplementing beans, soy products and eggs, milk, poultry, fish, fresh fruits, etc. to maintain a balanced nutrition.

Explosion, frying, and grilling are all unhealthy cooking methods.

Because after the protein is fried or roasted with sulfuric acid, a carcinogen called “benzopyrene” is produced.

Pickled foods are prone to produce nitrite carcinogens and should be eaten less.

He suggested that netizens should pay more attention to authoritative tumor prevention information channels such as the family doctor online tumor channel, learn more about other dietary prevention knowledge such as diet, and better prevent cancer.

  The survey showed that 86.

36% of netizens believe that environmental pollution is the initial result of high incidence of cancer.

In progress, Professor Liao pointed out that preventing cancer requires both individual action and the help of society and the government.

His leader: “The government can increase its efforts to implement tobacco control bars and effectively put tobacco control in place; increase its efforts to monitor and control environmental pollution; expand greening, promote green environmental protection, and reduce cancer through various efforts.