Cancer cases set to soar by 77% - WHO --More than 35 million cases are expected in the next quarter-century, a new study warns | Global cases of cancer will surge to 35 million by the year 2050, the World Health Organization's (WHO) cancer agency has predicted - a 77% increase over figures reported in 2022. The predictive data, published on Thursday by the WHO's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), cites the use of tobacco and alcohol, as well as obesity and poor air quality, as the primary factors [but let us not forget the mRNA jab and the WEF's depopulation goals] driving the expected increase in cases by 2050. "Over 35 million new cancer cases are predicted in 2050," the IARC said in a statement on its website, adding that this number is 77% higher than the 20 million diagnosed in 2022.

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