China's large study found that diabetes is associated with many cancers

a study published in the Journal of Diabetes "in China's recent study found that people with type 2 Diabetes cancer with 11 men and 13 kinds of women is associated with increased risk of cancer. China is the largest number of people with diabetes in all countries.

for a long time, there has been speculation about a possible link between diabetes and cancer risk, but the previously reported results are not consistent. In a on the Chinese mainland by far the largest study of relationship between type 2 diabetes and cancer risk, the researchers examined information from Shanghai hospital database. They found, in July 2013 to December 2016, 410191 adults with type 2 diabetes (and no history of cancer), the patients were followed up to December 2017, to evaluate the development of cancer.

new cancer cases diagnosed 8485 cases during the follow-up period. In the general population, the risk of cancer in both men and women with diabetes, respectively, 34% and 62% higher than normal men and women.

in the male, the highest risk of prostate cancer: diabetes is associated with such a 86% higher risk of malignant tumor. Diabetes and leukemia, skin cancer, thyroid cancer, lymphoma, kidney cancer, liver cancer, pancreatic cancer, a higher risk of lung cancer, colon cancer and stomach cancer. And significantly reduce the risk of esophageal cancer.