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International Parotid Tumors Market | Size, Statistics, Growth Analysis and Industry Facts | at a CAGR of ~7.1 ...

Parotid Tumors are abnormal growth within the salivary gland. The parotid glands are prone to various conditions like fibrous reaction, parotitis, salivary stones, injury, cancers, and parotid tumors. The parotid tumor can be cancerous or non-cancerous.

Parotid Tumors can be caused by various reasons such as certain abdominal surgery, liver cirrhosis, dehydration, salivary gland infections, metastasis of cancer, and salivary duct stones.

The global parotid tumors market is majorly driven by growing prevalence of cancer, growing liver cirrhosis, and rising consumption of alcohol. Additionally, factors such as government initiatives and support, rising demand for advanced technologies and growing market players offering newer products are likely to drive the market.

According to Cancer Research U.K, around 14.1 million cases of cancer were diagnosed in 2014. Additionally, according to national cancer institute in 2014, around 14.5 million cases of cancer went undiagnosed. Such statistics has propelled the overall number of cancer cases and thereby are likely to drive the growth of global parotid tumors market.

Alcoholism Statistics - Bookshelf

New Light on Alcoholism, God, Sam Shoemaker, and A.A.
638 pages
New Light on Alcoholism, God, Sam Shoemaker, and A.A.

Appendix 12 Alcoholism Statistics and A. A. Success Rates Comments by Government Agencies, Non-profits, Scholars, Writers, Critics 1. One hundred eleven million Americans age 12 and older used alcohol in 1997; thirty- two million engaged in binge drinking; eleven million were heavy drinkers; 13.9 million were current users of illicit drugs; 1.5 million currently use cocaine; and approximately 52 million people age 15 to 54 have had some type of alcohol, drug abuse, or mental ...

Selected Statistics on Consumption of Alcohol (1850-1968) and on Alcoholism (1930-1968)
18 pages
Selected Statistics on Consumption of Alcohol (1850-1968) and on Alcoholism (1930-1968)

Say It Loud! I'm Black and I'm Depressed Say It Loud! I'm Black and I'm Depressed

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The Natural History of Alcoholism Revisited
462 pages
The Natural History of Alcoholism Revisited

Kendell and Staton (1966) themselves reported a follow-up of 57 untreated alcoholics followed for 2 to 13 years (mean 7 years). At time of last follow-up, 11 of these 57 had died; and of the 46 survivors, 20 percent had achieved stable abstinence. Equally important, 11 percent had returned to social drinking. These figures are somewhat more hopeful than those provided by Lemere; but the numbers are very small. Two years later, in an often-quoted paper, Drew (1968) suggested that ...

Vital Statistics, Special Reports Vital Statistics, Special Reports

alcoholism, the corresponding figure for white females is only O. l of l percent. Similar figures are shown for Negro males and Negro females. Among "Other races." the corresponding figures are 0.4 of l percent for males and 0.2 of l percent for females. Thus, the proportion of males dying from alcoholism is noticeably greater than that of femaleS. Age is also an important factor (table 3). Whereas more than 41 percent of all deaths are of persons 65 years of age and over, less than 10 ...

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