Objectives Estimate trends of change in cancer morbidity for cervix, uterine corpus, and ovaries of the female population of Uzbekistan over a 10-year period (2010–2020).
Methods We collected cervical, uterine and ovarian cancer incidence data from official statistics in Uzbekistan for the years 2010–2020.
Results For the period 2010–2020, there were 16 137 cases of cervical cancer, 5 772 cases of uterine cancer and 7 562 cases of ovarian cancer for the first time. During the analyzed period, more than 55% of cervical cancer cases, 70% of uterine cancer and more than 42% of ovarian cancer were registered at stages I–II. In 2010 there were 7738 patients with cervical cancer, 5 253 patients with uterine cancer and 3 503 cases with ovarian cancer, meanwhile, in 2020 there were 9125, 5 017, 4 391 cases with cervical, uterine and ovarian cancer accordingly. The maximum incidence rate of gynecologic cancer was observed at the age of 45–65 years. The proportion of stage I cervical cancer cases was highest in Namangan region (30.4%), of uterine cancer in Tashkent city (60.2%) and ovarian cancer in andijan region (19.6%) compared with other regions.
Conclusions Our results suggest constant increase in incidence rate of cervical, uterine and ovarian cancer in Uzbekistan. For the last 10 years percentage of I-II stages of cervical, uterine and ovarian cancer was not so high. Every year there is a tendency in increasing of patients with gynecologic cancer. But from 2021 to 2025, it is planned to screen 3,473,902 women for cervical cancer.
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