Lowering cancer risks

Reducing your alcohol consumption can lower your risk of developing cancer.

Receiving a cancer diagnosis can be a devastating moment in a person’s life.

While many cancers are treatable, a cancer diagnosis is still a life-changing moment that leaves many people asking themselves if there was something they could have done to prevent getting cancer. It’s easy to take a reactionary approach to a cancer diagnosis, but many people might not know they can take a proactive approach to reduce their risk of developing cancer in the first place.

Though the following tips can’t guarantee you will never receive a cancer diagnosis, they can help you reduce that risk considerably.


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