Is there a dramatic decrease in the number of diagnoses of noninfectious diseases?

Is there publicly available data that backs the claim of the Novartis CEO (for some definition of “dramatic”, for some given timeframe of comparison, and either globally or for specific countries)?

According to an article in the Swiss newspaper Tagesanzeiger, the CEO of Novartis (one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies) stated in a phone conference on quarterly financials that

“There is a dramatic decrease in the number of diagnoses of non-infectious diseases”

This is my translation of the statement in the article which is in German:

“Es gibt einen dramatischen Rückgang an Diagnosen von nicht übertragbaren Krankheiten”

The broader claim in the article is that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people with (symptoms of) serious diseases are much less likely to see a doctor and therefore such diseases remain undiagnosed more often now, leading in particular to a “cancer epidemic”.

Question: Is there publicly available data that backs the claim of the Novartis CEO (for some definition of “dramatic”, for some given timeframe of comparison, and either globally or for specific countries)?