Lung cancer has now become the leading cause of deaths among women as compared to breast cancer. The main reason for this is tobacco, which is becoming more common in various parts of the world. In developed countries, breast cancer remains the leading cause of death among women, but in developing countries lung cancer is killing more women. Since January this year, around 12,203 cases of lung cancer have been reported and more than 8,840 deaths have occurred. Lung cancer is growing rapidly and creating threats for public health. It is not hard to eradicate lung cancer, but no effort is being made to put a ban on smoking, tobacco and other dangerous things which are causing lung cancer. 


Turbat, August 16.