World Cancer Day 2022 Date, Theme, History, Significance, Importance, Activities: World Cancer Day is observed every year on 04 February all over the world, with the aim of raising awareness about this dreaded disease, which remains the second leading cause of death globally.
World Cancer Day 2022 Theme
Close the Care Gap is the theme of World Cancer Day 2022-2024.
World Cancer Day 2022 Date
“Friday, 4 February”
Cancer has become such a disease, whose patients are increasing day by day. Its treatment is very expensive. When one becomes poor, his chances of survival are very less. As we all know cancer is one of the deadliest diseases in the world due to which many times its symptoms go undetected. And by the time this disease is discovered, it is too late. If this disease happens to the rich, then they spend a lot of money and get treatment. My question is, why is cancer a disease? Talking about three-four decades ago, the number of cancer patients was not so much.
Significance, and Importance
Cancer slowly destroys a healthy body. There are different stages of cancer, through which doctors ensure the treatment of cancer patients. There are many ways to avoid cancer, which many people know about, yet do not adopt them, and World Cancer Day is celebrated to make people aware of a dangerous disease like cancer. The goal of reducing deaths continues unabated. The International Cancer Control Union (UICC) was established in the year 1933. On the occasion of World Cancer Day, various campaigns to prevent cancer were run by various government and non-government organizations.
Activities, and More
Cancer is a deadly disease. Most people ignore the early symptoms of cancer. This is the reason why patients do not recover quickly. There are different types of cancer, cervical cancer, bladder cancer, colorectal cancer, breast cancer, brain tumor, esophageal cancer, pancreatic cancer, bone cancer, blood cancer, etc. World Cancer Day was established by the International Cancer Control Association (UICC). Which is a global NGO. It aims to achieve the goals of the World Cancer Declaration, 2008.