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Monday, 5 March 2012
"Swine Flu Sue Fills Us In On Cancer"
Cancer: The Island’s deadliest enemy
Medical Officer of Health Dr Susan Turnbull is among the health professionals leading the fight against cancer in Jersey
LEVELS of some of the deadliest forms of cancer are higher in Jersey than almost anywhere else in Britain.
Today – as part of a three-day series on the disease – the JEP can reveal that rates for almost all of the top-ten most common forms of cancer are higher than the average in the UK. Rates for the deadliest form of skin cancer – malignant melanoma – are the highest in Britain.
And levels of lung and head and neck cancers, which have a very low survival rate, are among the highest in the British Isles and similar to those seen in the deprived areas of northern England.
Below are a couple of methods of dealing with cancer