Obésité

, Volume 9, Issue 3, pp 221–224 | Cite as

Obésité et cancers : de la prévention primaire à la prévention tertiaire

Dossier Thématique / Thematic File
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Résumé

Il est désormais largement admis que le surpoids et la sédentarité sont responsables d’une proportion importante de tumeurs solides, ce qui soulève d’importants problèmes de santé publique. Plusieurs questions demeurent concernant les mécanismes de carcinogenèse pouvant être impliqués. Il est par ailleurs de plus en plus probable que le surpoids soit un facteur pronostique, notamment dans le cancer du sein. Enfin, la question du retentissement de la prise de poids après cancer sur le risque de rechute reste ouverte. Cela revêt une importance particulière dans la mesure où les plans Cancer 2 et 3 mettent notamment l’accent sur la prévention tertiaire, au moyen du Programme Personnalisé de l’Après-Cancer.

Mots clés

Cancer Sédentarité Surpoids Prévention 

Obesity and cancers: of the primary prevention to the tertiary prevention

Abstract

It is now admitted that the overweight and sedentary behaviour are responsible for an important proportion of solid tumours what rises of important public health problems. Several questions remain concerning the mechanisms of carcinogenesis, which can be involved. It is besides highly probable that the overweight is a prognostic factor, especially in the breast cancer. Finally, the impact of weight gain after cancer on the risk of relapse remains open. It takes on particular importance as far as the plans Cancer 2 and 3 emphasize in particular the tertiary prevention, by means of the Personalized Program of After Cancer.

Keywords

Cancer Sedentary behaviour Overweight Prevention 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Service d’oncologie médicaleCHU Avicenne, BobignyBobignyFrance
  2. 2.Service d’oncologie médicaleCHU Pitié-SalpêtrièreParisFrance

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