Cancer is believed to be the second leading cause of death in the world and a major cause of its rapid spread has been identified.
Obesity is spreading like an epidemic around the world and as a result people are increasing the risk of cancer.
This was revealed in a new medical study conducted in the United States, which explained the relationship between obesity and cancer risk.
Researchers said that when blood starts reaching a tumor, its growth accelerates.
In this study, experiments were done on mice and researchers had the opportunity to observe tumor growth in real time.
Then, during experiments in the laboratory, the researchers discovered that the fat cells present in obese mice make more of such compounds, which move the tumors out of the sleeping position.
The results were published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The study, published in august in the journal The Lancet, showed that the death rate from cancer variants is increasing worldwide, which is easily preventable.
The study found that smoking, alcohol use or excess body weight are the three biggest factors that cause cancer.
Researchers said that the results have proved that it is possible to prevent most cases of cancer globally, while early diagnosis and effective treatment can also reduce the death rate.
The researchers acknowledged that not all cancer cases or deaths can be prevented, but avoiding smoking and alcohol, maintaining a healthy body weight, avoiding excessive sunlight, and a balanced diet can reduce the risk of this deadly disease.