Based on the latest data and research available, we have compiled two important maps that can provide valuable insights into cancer prevalence and associated risk factors. Please find the details below:

  • Cancer Prevalence Map: This map provides an overview of the distribution and prevalence of different types of cancer in our region. It includes data on the number of reported cases, mortality rates, and the geographical areas most affected by specific types of cancer. By analyzing this map, we can gain a better understanding of the burden of cancer and identify areas that require targeted interventions and resources for effective prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.
  • Cancer Risk Factors Map: The second map focuses on identifying the major risk factors associated with cancer in our region. It encompasses various factors such as tobacco use, exposure to environmental pollutants, dietary habits, lifestyle choices, and genetic predisposition. Understanding these risk factors can help us develop comprehensive strategies for cancer prevention and control. By addressing the specific risk factors prevalent in our region, we can make significant progress in reducing the incidence of cancer.

    Cancer Incidence Map: This map illustrates the distribution of cancer incidence rates across different states and regions in India. It highlights areas with higher prevalence rates, allowing us to identify hotspots and prioritize targeted interventions. The data presented includes various cancer types, such as lung, breast, prostate, colorectal, cervical, and others.
  • Cancer Mortality Map: The cancer mortality map provides insights into the regions with the highest mortality rates due to cancer. It helps us understand the impact of cancer-related deaths in different areas of India and assists in directing resources towards improving healthcare infrastructure, access to treatment, and palliative care services.
  • Risk Factor Heatmap: The risk factor heatmap highlights the major risk factors associated with cancer in India. It combines information on lifestyle factors (tobacco and alcohol use, sedentary lifestyle, dietary habits), environmental exposures (pollution, occupational hazards), and genetic predisposition. By identifying regions with a higher prevalence of specific risk factors, we can tailor preventive measures and awareness campaigns accordingly.
  • Cancer Screening and Early Detection Facilities Map: This map displays the availability and accessibility of cancer screening and early detection facilities across different regions in India. It includes information on hospitals, clinics, and screening centers equipped with the necessary infrastructure and expertise for early cancer detection. This map will be particularly useful in promoting early diagnosis and timely treatment, thereby improving patient outcomes.


Please note that these maps have been compiled based on the best available data and research. They are intended to provide a comprehensive overview of cancer scenarios in India, but it is essential to consider that data accuracy and completeness may vary across regions.

These maps have been developed using reliable sources, including national and international cancer registries, research studies, and expert opinions. While they provide a comprehensive overview, it is essential to consider that the data may have some limitations and should be interpreted in conjunction with other relevant information.