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10% Of Cancer Cases In Europe Are Caused By Pollution

10% of cancer cases in Europe are due to the Pollution. According to a new study, 10 percent of cancer cases in Europe are due to the air pollution.

The European Environment Agency (EEA) has recently reviewed the latest scientific report. It shows evidence on pollution, passive smoke, radon, asbestos and other chemicals, as well as ultraviolet radiation (UV rays).

10% Of Cancer Cases In Europe Due To Pollution 

Cancer in Europe is due to the Exposure to pollution. Accordingly, pollution has been as likely to help diagnose almost 2.7 million new patients in the EU each year.

However, this is the first time that the EEA has found a link between cancer and the environment. The report, entitled ‘Defeating cancer. The role of the environment in Europe’

Now, the estimates show that almost 10% of cancer cases in Europe are responsible for environmental and occupational risks. With 1.3 million deaths in the European Union every year, cancer is taking a huge toll on our society. 

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Europe’s Plan To Curb Cancer Estimates 

The report also says that EU can avoid these risks if the EU acts immediately. Accordingly, Europe has set goals On EU Zero Pollution Action Plan and the Chemical Sustainability strategy. 

Also, EU policies have set objectives to make a significant contribution to reduce cancer and death. Accordingly, the EU Zero Pollution Action Plan is due to be achieved by 2050. focusing on air, water and soil pollution. 

Furthermore, the three main objectives are: 

  • To improve air quality to reduce premature deaths due to air pollution.
  • Improving water quality by reducing waste, plastic marine waste and microplastics, releasing them into the environment and.
  • By improving soil by reducing air pollution. use of chemical pesticides by 50 percent.

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