According to the 2018 data report, China has become the world’s largest cancer country.
Approximately 4.29 million new cases occur each year, and the death population reaches an average of 3 million. About 10,000 people are diagnosed with cancer every day. In other words, an average of seven people is diagnosed every minute.
What is even more shocking is that the growth rate of young cancer patients adds to 300,000 patients each year, and the incidence of cancer among young people is increased by nearly 80%. For example, the cancer report of a 28-year-old beautiful financial lady had in Shanghai stirred strong repercussions among the Moments on WeChat. The rare follicular lymphoma caused her to suffer from unexpected pains such as oral mucosal shedding, edema, and unconsciousness of her hands and face within 21 days of medical treatment. Her colleagues said that she spent the busiest year — the highest performing year — in the company. Due to work stress, she has always had stomach problems. Her outstanding performance gained everyone’s respect; however, nobody had ever thought that she who had a bright professional prospect was sentenced to death overnight at the age of 28. At the cost of health overdraft, nobody is able to succeed eventually.
Many young people always think that they can be unscrupulous in their twenties, yet they neglect of a very significant point: youth can be squandered, but the body can’t. Today, staying up late, overworking, and overstress have become three biggest killers of cancer among young people. A cancer diagnosis disrupts life in countless ways. Work, family obligations and daily routines all have to adjust to this huge upheaval in your life. Many international student health insurance (aka 留学生 保险) and opt insurance (aka opt保险) include cancer treatments, but the coverage extent depends on school policy. Some travel insurance in America (aka 美国旅游保险) can cover people who have a cancer diagnosis, when certain conditions are met.
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