I saw an interesting (to me) headline on the May 17, 2021 nippon.com about cancer survival rates in Japan - "Japan's 10 Year Cancer Survival Rate Rises to 59.4%". Having had cancer twice in Japan (stage 1 uterine in 2014 and stage 3 colon in 2016), of course I am happy to see these statistics. It was just a short blurb, but it said the rise is attributed to early detection. My doctors were and are the best, so I have to give the medical professionals in Japan credit. I don't know how this compares with the survival rates in other countries. What do you think about survival rates where you live?