In Sinaloa there are currently 700 registered cases of childhood cancer.
The Secretary of Health reported that this type of pathology continues to hit the Sinaloans strongly.
Guasave, Sinaloa.- Within the framework of the International Day against Childhood Cancer, which is celebrated every February 15, the Secretary of Health informed that unfortunately there are 700 cases of this type of cancer in the state of Sinaloa.
This condition remains the second cause of morbidity and mortality in different hospitals across the state.
In the state of Sinaloa, the three most common types of childhood cancer are leukemia, lymphoma and tumors in the central nervous system.
However, according to data provided by the Sinaloa Ministry of Health, if detected early, children patients have up to 80 percent possibilities of survival.
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