What are the top 10 common cancer types in the U.S.?

In the U-S.

the most common cancers are: Lung cancer: 9 out of 10 Meningitis: 6 out of 7 Lymphoma: 6 in 10 Tumors: 5 out of 6 Melanoma: 4 out of 5 Osteoporosis: 3 out of 4 The following are the 10 cancers that are the most prevalent in the United States.

More: Here are the cancer rates by race and ethnicity in the USA, according to the American Cancer Society.

The 10 cancers most prevalent are:1.

Bacterial skin cancer: 3.8% 2.

Melanoma-cell carcinoma: 2.8%-3.1% 3.

Myelodysplastic syndrome: 2%-3% 4.

Breast cancer: 2% 5.

Colorectal cancer: 1.9%-2.5% 6.

Ovarian cancer: 0.8%, 0.5%-1.6% 7.

Ovary cancer:0.6%-1% 8.

Pancreatic cancer:1%-2% 9.

Uterine cancer:  1%-3%, 10.

Prostate cancer:  1%-4%, 11.

Breast and cervical cancer: 0.1%-0.5%, 12. Pancreas:  0.1%, 13.

Larynx and vocal cord cancer:Source: The American Cancer Statistic