http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/246061.php "Cancer rates are expected to increase by 75% by 2030" wtf? this is horrible. Why isn't more resarch being poured into this, this is one of the biggest health hazard if not the biggest health epidemic in the future. Cancer is horrible and it is increasing, clearly the causes are human. Are there ANY scientific studies on why this is happening? let me guess, as always it's chemicals in our food, radiation from devices and pollution that is causing this. I am also guessing that we might even be aging faster because of this. EDIT: apparently the cause might be people living longer, or just an increased number of diagnosis, but that still doesn't neccesarily explain the increase in the 1st world.