This year, 50% more reports of BREAST CANCER

Media Insights by Kliping: This year 50% more reports of BREAST CANCER

According to the data of the agency for analysis and monitoring of the media Kliping, the number of reports on breast cancer in the media increased by more than 50 percent in the period from October 2020 to 2021, compared to a year earlier.

Since October is the month of the fight against breast cancer, the Kliping agency researched media reporting on this topic for the BIZLIfe portal for the period from October 2020 to September 2021.

According to the research, breast cancer is traditionally the most reported in October. This case was also in October 2020, while the lowest was reported in January.

In the research, Klipping came to the conclusion that there were 54 percent more reports of breast cancer in the year compared to the number of reports from the previous year.

The research showed that from October 2020 to September 2021, 449 different media and 484 different journalists reported on breast cancer.

The highest number of publications on this topic was on the online media, 83.82 percent, while in the press, the topic of breast cancer took up 8.71 percent of the space. When it comes to electronic media, television and radio, only 7.47 percent of the space was occupied by this important topic.

Source: BIZLife

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