In Mongolia, about 6000 people get cancer every year. However, about 60 percent die in less than a year. The main reason for this is late diagnosis. J. Chinburen, Mongolian Honored Doctor and Member of Parliament: There are several things that depend on the individual. First: The most common cancer in Mongolia is liver cancer caused by hepatitis B and C viruses. But did you show that I have B and C virus? Ask yourself? It can only be shown once a year.
If you have B and C viruses, you should be treated. And you should go for liver cancer examination and diagnosis once a year. Second: Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women. Viruses are the same reason. He needs to show me that he has the virus. This examination is now performed at the National Cancer Research Center. In 2019, 3000 women found out what percentage of the virus spread.
There is a viral infection among Mongolians. Only a person infected with this virus will develop cervical cancer. So show it. Third: It’s up to you. It’s an overweight problem. The World Health Organization estimates that if you are not overweight, do not use alcohol or tobacco, the risk of developing cancer will decrease by 30 percent. Therefore, not being overweight, creating a healthy lifestyle, and passing it on to your family and children are the basis for not getting sick.