Event Title

Culture of prevention, socio-economic factors and early disease detection in Russia.

Location

D34000

Start Date

4-12-2019 10:10 AM

End Date

4-12-2019 10:40 AM

Abstract

According to the report from the Russian Federal Statistical Commission r “Healthcare In Russia. Population Health”, there is an increase in the number of various malignant cancers among all population groups. The report documents a steady increase from 329.5 first time diagnosed cases for 100,000 population in 2005 to 361.8 first time diagnosed in 2010 and 402.6 of first time diagnosed in 2015 and 408.6 fist time diagnosed in 2016. This study is focused on analyzing the healthcare panel data from the Russian Federal Statistical Commission and identifying the possible causes of this increase. The increase can be attributed to early diagnostics, increased access to doctors, improvements in doctor’s education, and federal investment in high precision diagnostic tools. Russian system of healthcare has always emphasized access and prevention. Investment in early diagnostics, and more precise diagnostics tools and procedures could help in addressing and treating cancer earlier, reducing the cost of treatment and increasing recovery rate.

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Culture of prevention, socio-economic factors and early disease detection in Russia.

D34000

According to the report from the Russian Federal Statistical Commission r “Healthcare In Russia. Population Health”, there is an increase in the number of various malignant cancers among all population groups. The report documents a steady increase from 329.5 first time diagnosed cases for 100,000 population in 2005 to 361.8 first time diagnosed in 2010 and 402.6 of first time diagnosed in 2015 and 408.6 fist time diagnosed in 2016. This study is focused on analyzing the healthcare panel data from the Russian Federal Statistical Commission and identifying the possible causes of this increase. The increase can be attributed to early diagnostics, increased access to doctors, improvements in doctor’s education, and federal investment in high precision diagnostic tools. Russian system of healthcare has always emphasized access and prevention. Investment in early diagnostics, and more precise diagnostics tools and procedures could help in addressing and treating cancer earlier, reducing the cost of treatment and increasing recovery rate.