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Diarrheal Diseases Highest In Hindus: Why?

ethang5
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11/16/2020 4:15:20 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
What causes the most death and disability In India?

Diabetes - 54. 2%
(Genetics affected by Incest)

Diarrheal diseases - 21. 2%
(Filthy Indian water)

Lower respiratory infection - 13. 4%
(Filthy Indian air)

http://www. Healthdata. Org/india

Filthy Religion = Filthy People = Filthy Country
Harikrish
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11/16/2020 4:00:02 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
ethang5 wrote:
What causes the most death and disability In India?

Diabetes - 54. 2%
(Genetics affected by Incest)

Diarrheal diseases - 21. 2%
(Filthy Indian water)

Lower respiratory infection - 13. 4%
(Filthy Indian air)

http://www. Healthdata. Org/india

Filthy Religion = Filthy People = Filthy Country

You are profoundly ignorant nigger Ethang5. You are comparing diarrhea to Colorectal Cancer.
Let ne help you you poor nigger.
"Diarrhea " loose, Watery and possibly more-frequent bowel movements " is a common problem. Luckily, Diarrhea is usually short-lived, Lasting no more than a few days. "

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The rate of being diagnosed with colorectal cancer is higher among African- Americans than among any other population group in the United States.

Death rates from colorectal cancer are higher among African-Americans than any other population group in the United States.

Experts suggest that African-Americans get screened beginning at age 45.

Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer among African-Americans, With more than 18, 110 cases estimated to be diagnosed in 2013. Approximately 6, 850 deaths among African-Americans are expected to occur in 2013.

There is evidence that African-Americans are less likely than Caucasians to have screening tests for colorectal cancer.

African-Americans are less likely than Caucasians to have colorectal polyps detected at a time when they can easily be removed.

African-Americans are more likely to be diagnosed with colorectal cancer in advanced stages when there are fewer treatment options available. They are less likely to live five or more years after being diagnosed with colorectal cancer than other populations.

Diet, Tobacco use and a lack of access to equal medical treatment options may increase African-Americans" risk of developing colorectal cancer.

There may also be genetic factors that contribute to the higher incidence of colorectal cancer among some African-Americans. Learn your family"s medical history and tell your health care professional if a relative " parent, Brother, Sister or child " has had colorectal cancer or colorectal polyps.

African-American women have the same probability of getting colorectal cancer as men, And are more likely to die of colorectal cancer than are women of any other population group.

African-American patients experience a larger number of polyps on the right side of the colon, Versus the left. A screening endoscopy must cover the entire colon, As is performed with a colonoscopy.

COMPARED TO the general population, The risk of cardiovascular disease among colorectal cancer survivors was significantly increased more than 10 years after their cancer diagnosis, According to research presented by David Baraghoshi, MSTAT candidate, Of the Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, And colleagues, At the 2018 Cancer Survivorship Symposium in Orlando. 1

"We believe this increased risk for cardiovascular disease among colorectal cancer survivors may be due to the shared lifestyle risk factors between the two diseases, " said Mr. Baraghoshi. Specifically, There was an increased risk of cardiovascular disease for survivors who were aged 65 years or older, Had 1 or more comorbidities, And were obese.

Blacks obesity is concentrated around their backsides close to the colon region.

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