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Cases of cervical cancer increase in Yucatán

by Sofia Navarro
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In Yucatán, according to the most recent mortality figures from the National Institute of Geography and Statistics (INEGI), the mortality rate from cervical cancer is 12.5 per 100,000 women aged 25 and older.

Considering that the 2020 Population and Housing Census revealed that there are 710,138 women aged 25 and older in the state, there are approximately 90 annual deaths on average due to this type of cancer in the region.

As of July 29th of this year, with data up to week 30 of the epidemiological calendar, there have been 43 confirmed cases of cervical cancer in Yucatán, one more than the same period last year.

It’s worth noting that by the end of 2022, there were 90 cumulative cases, while in 2021, the total was only 29.

In 2020, the final count was 40 affected women.

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