MANUAL DRAW MAP / All Czechs have cancer and every fourth dies on it. The unusual "deadly" area of the country is the Pilsen region; In the opposite, there is the smallest event in the Prague-West area. Doctors are alarming why it is.
Statistics frozen from them: one Czech every 20 minutes dies. Most victims are successful successful fighters. Their body will usually give it up within two years to complete the first treatment.
Cancer is mainly predominantly on the lungs, the ovaries or the prostate. "For example, malignant lung tumors end in deaths in five years, up to 85 percent of cases," explains Dr. Votruba, First Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Department, General Teaching Hospital.
Ovarian carcinomas return to women in about 60% of cases, prostate tumors repeat about half the men.
Reason? These tumors still fail to collect in time. "Herbal factors, or the type of treatment used, can also play a part," says Peter Bednarcik.
In contrast, breast cancer is a high treatment success – the likelihood of a woman who returns is approximately five percent.
Pils Sick Region
There are still regions where cancer is less dead. Data from the Institute of Information and Health Statistics includes West Prague or Příbram. The tumors will only fall to two hundred people per thousand people.
In the opposite, doctors in the Pills region have a massive death. "We do not know the reasons. However, Pilsen has a lot more magic tumors in the long term than the rest of the republic, and there's more death there," said the head of the Institute of Health Information and Ladislav Dušek Statistics. Local people, according to him, suffer more often from colon cancer, pancreas or kidneys.
According to the head of the University Hospital of Radiotherapy and Oncological Clinic in Pils, radon can become one of the highest cancer cases in the region. The ground in the Plzen region is full.
Radon is heavily radioactive, even in lung cancer, is even the second most common cause of the disease – after smoking.
So doctors call for a stop that would reveal the tumor at least once. They would have been particularly involved in lung cancer. Studies in other European countries have shown that deaths will decrease by as much as a quarter. "In the Czech Republic, this would mean about 200 lives of rescue," said Votruba.
More screens are already being implemented. Departmental managers have sent home test reports to find colon cancer