The GCC region announced that there is a rapid increasing incidences of cancer in the world. In addition, it has been indicated that cancer can kill more people than AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
In order to characterize cancer, there are three biological factors: uncontrolled growth, the capacity of cancer cells to invade and destroy normal tissue, and the capacity of the primary tumour to break off seeds that spread to distant organs throughout the body.
However, Cancers in children are mainly caused by damaged genes inherited from parents.
David Kerr, Chief Research Adviser, Sidra Medical and research Center at a public lecture held at Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar, "We cannot control our genes, but we can control many elements of our environment and lifestyle." . "Many people would be surprised to learn that if they ate less red meat, it would cut down their chances of getting cancer. If they ate more greens and five portions of fruit a day, their risk of cancer would decline," he added.