Pavani.S*, Chakrapani.B, Divya sri. B, Shirisha, K, Vennela.P, Hindustan Abdul ahad Sreedhar.V
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Balaji College of Pharmacy, Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh, India
Objective: The purpose of the study was to identify trends in incidence rates of different types of cancer at specific anatomic sites r with specific age or sex groups in the anantapur district population. Materials and methods: The study covers the period from October 2016 through March 2017. Different types of cancer cases were retrospectively analysed for site, age, gender and habits and the findings were formulated to chart the trends in Anantapur District. Results: The study revealed a male to female ratio of 2:2:1 with the largest number of different types of cancers developing in the fourth and the fifth decades of border of the oral cavity, gastrointestinal cavity. Smokeless and smoking tobacco habits, which were found to correlated with respect to the age. Conclusion: Oral cancer, breast cancer, lung cancer, is an important cause o morbidity and mortality worldwide with an incidence rate that varies widely by geographic location. Even within one geographic location, the incidence varies among groups categorized by age, sex, site or habit.
Keywords: Malignant cells, Human papillomavirus, Cervical cancer.