Gulf Times - Qatar-National-Cancer-Registry
Qatar registers over 81% survival rate in prostrate cancer

Qatar registers over 81% survival rate in prostrate cancer

The survival rate of prostrate cancer from 2013-2015 in Qatar was 81.8% which was relatively high and reflects the improved therapies and the high-quality diagnostic and treatment services provided to cancer patients.

Leukaemia among 'most common cancers in men in Qatar'

Leukaemia among 'most common cancers in men in Qatar'

Leukaemia is the most common blood cancer and the third most common of all cancers diagnosed among men in Qatar, according to the Qatar National Cancer Registry at the Ministry of Public Health.

Women aged 45 and above at greatest risk of breast cancer

Women aged 45 and above at greatest risk of breast cancer

According to the Qatar National Cancer Registry at the Ministry of Public Health, 16.2% of breast cancer cases diagnosed in Qatar are in women aged between 45 and 49 years. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in Qatar and the second leading cause of death in women worldwide.

 “I think we’ll end up floating in the wind”

“I think we’ll end up floating in the wind”

Qatar boasts of an interesting mix of people from all over the world — a remarkable cultural mosaic with significant ethnic and cultural diversity.