In Singapore, about 37 people are diagnosed with cancer every day. The good news is, with early detection and treatment, you can prevent this disease.
|Liver||7.6%||Corpus uteri (uterus)||6.6%|
|Skin, including melanoma||5.8%||Lymphoid neoplasms||4.4%|
|Stomach||4.8%||Skin, including melanoma||4.3%|
|Kidney & other urinary*||3.6%||Stomach||3.5%|
|Myeloid neoplasms||3.2%||Cervix uteri (cervix)||3.2%|
* Other urinary refers to renal pelvis, ureter, urethra, etc.
# Singapore Cancer Registry, Interim Annual Registry Report, Trends in Cancer Incidence in Singapore, 2010-2014
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