Tobacco causes cancer in Bundelkhand

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Jhansi. Due to excessive consumption of tobacco, paan spice and bidi cigarette, 40% of all cancer patients in Bundelkhand are only oral cancer patients. The situation is that at Maharani Laxmibai Medical College only 550 patients from Jhansi and neighboring areas were exposed to oral cancer. Meanwhile, more people have moved to other cities for treatment.
Around 1,300 cancer patients came to the medical university in the 2020/21 financial year. Of these, 550 suffered from oral cancer. However, many were not treated here after showing up and went to other cities. At the same time, more people went directly to other cities for treatment. In the second wave of covids, however, the patients completely stopped coming. Dr. Anshu Goyal from the Medical College’s oncology department said the Ayushman Bharat program was also one of the reasons for the increase in the number of cancer patients. With the launch of the Ayushman program in 2019, cancer patients at Jhansi Medical College will receive free chemotherapy. So far they have had to spend a lot of money to go to large metros such as Gwalior, Delhi, Mumbai. He said that more than 500 patients have received free chemotherapy so far.
more and more patients
old cancer patient
2017 628
2018 998
2019 1023
2020 1300
Ways To Prevent Cancer
– Drink lots of water. It is useful to reduce the risk of bladder cancer. Drink at least eight glasses of water a day. Be sure to filter and purify the water.
Eating a healthy diet of various fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes is key to a healthy lifestyle that reduces the risk of developing many types of cancer.
Eating green vegetables is high in magnesium, which lowers the risk of cancer. It reduces the risk of colon cancer especially in women.
According to a study, those who drink five or more cups of caffeinated coffee are less likely to have cancer of the brain, mouth, and throat than those who drink less coffee.

Jhansi. Due to excessive consumption of tobacco, paan spice and bidi cigarette, 40% of all cancer patients in Bundelkhand are only oral cancer patients. The situation is that at Maharani Laxmibai Medical College only 550 patients from Jhansi and neighboring areas were exposed to oral cancer. Meanwhile, more people have moved to other cities for treatment.

Around 1,300 cancer patients came to the medical university in the 2020/21 financial year. Of these, 550 suffered from oral cancer. However, many were not treated here after showing up and went to other cities. At the same time, more people went directly to other cities for treatment. In the second wave of covids, however, the patients completely stopped coming. Dr. Anshu Goyal from the Medical College’s oncology department said the Ayushman Bharat program was also one of the reasons for the increase in the number of cancer patients. With the launch of the Ayushman program in 2019, cancer patients at Jhansi Medical College will receive free chemotherapy. So far they have had to spend a lot of money to go to large metros such as Gwalior, Delhi, Mumbai. He said that more than 500 patients have received free chemotherapy so far.

more and more patients

old cancer patient

2017 628

2018 998

2019 1023

2020 1300

Ways To Prevent Cancer

– Drink lots of water. It is useful to reduce the risk of bladder cancer. Drink at least eight glasses of water a day. Be sure to filter and purify the water.

Eating a healthy diet of various fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes is key to a healthy lifestyle that reduces the risk of developing many types of cancer.

Eating green vegetables is high in magnesium, which lowers the risk of cancer. It reduces the risk of colon cancer especially in women.

According to a study, those who drink five or more cups of caffeinated coffee are less likely to have cancer of the brain, mouth, and throat than those who drink less coffee.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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