However, the gap between countries will widen as people in less developed nations increasingly adopt “industrialised lifestyles” – smoking and drinking more, and eating more highly processed food. However, Dr Wild said that the lessons learned from the fight against tobacco, which has included legislation from many countries in the form taxation, bans on advertising, and bans on smoking in public places, may need to be applied to other areas of cancer prevention, such as reducing alcohol intake.
Dr Wild said: “The rise of cancer worldwide is a major obstacle to human development and well-being. These new figures and projections send a strong signal that immediate action is needed to confront this human disaster, which touches every community worldwide, without exception.”
the above mentioned causes are very sufficient for the people. writers have clearly mentioned alcohol,tobacco, smoking and non veges, eggs and other saturated foods are more dangerous for health. in my opinion do not say EAT , TAKE DRINK, SMOKING AND TOBACCO MORE AND MORE AND INVITE THE DEATHS.WE ARE KNOWINGLY COMMITTING CRIME AND INVITING DEATHS.
EAT MORE EGGS