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Cumulative lifetime risk of cancer mortality for men Japan 2018, by cancer site

In 2018, the lifetime risk of cancer mortality for men in Japan was highest for lung or trachea cancer with approximately 5.7 percent. In other words, about one in 17 Japanese males was estimated to die from lung cancer.

Cumulative lifetime risk* of cancer mortality for men in Japan in 2018, by cancer site

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Release date

March 2020

Region

Japan

Survey time period

2018

Supplementary notes

*The mortality risk was estimated based on mortality data in 2018.
Cumulative lifetime risk of cancer mortality is the estimated risk to die from cancer.

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