According to experts, the recent trend of citizens of developing nations like India and Pakistan adopting lazy lifestyles of the west, will see cancer rates rise around the world. Experts put the figure somewhere around 22 million cancer cases by 2030. Cancer rates could even increase by 90 percent in the Third World in that time, experts add. Many cancers such as breast, prostate and bowel tumours are linked to unhealthy living in high-income nations. Countries like India, Pakistan and certain African nations are said to be under threat as their standard of living improves, The Sun reported. Global cancer cases are predicted to rise from around 13 million in 2008 to around 22 million in 2030.