A new government carcinoma card shows that childhood cancer rates are highest in the northeastern United States and lowest in the south, NBC News reported.
The rates of pediatric lymphoma and brain tumors are higher in the northeast, while leukemia is more According to the map, it is spread in the West
It is not clear why rates vary and because childhood cancer is so rare, it is unclear what Patients and parents should take the data. According to the report prepared by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, it keeps doctors, hospitals and the government alert to pediatric cancer.
It could be simple that some areas have better cancer detection systems, the team said.