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Cancer-Fighting New Year's Resolutions
PreventionWeb Exclusives
When thinking about prevention in 2019, here are some tips for reducing cancer risks and gaining the benefits of a healthier lifestyle.
One More School Year Consideration: The HPV Vaccination
PreventionWeb Exclusives
The human papillomavirus (HPV) causes more than 30,000 cancers annually. As a new school year unfolds, the HPV vaccine should be put into consideration for children and young adults.
Skin Cancer: Risk Factors and Prevention Strategies
PreventionSkin Cancer
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. Now that summer is here, understand the risk factors and apply prevention measures to avoid skin cancer.
Reduce Cancer Risk With Your Fork
Nutrition & CancerPreventionWellness Corner
March is National Nutrition Month! Jennifer Redlich, RD, LDN, offers some readily available cancer-preventing foods you don’t want to overlook on your next trip to the supermarket.
Diet and Cancer Prevention
Nutrition & CancerPreventionWellness Corner
Results of a new study published in Nature suggest that avoiding a protein called asparagine, may help to prevent the spreading of triple-negative breast cancer to other organs in the body.
National Cancer Prevention Month
PreventionSlideshowsWeb Exclusives
February is National Cancer Prevention Month! Check out this slideshow full of information relating to the detection and prevention of cancer, including the 4 leading causes of cancer in the US. Conquer cancer with knowledge.
Cancer Screen Week: December 4-8, 2017
Cancer ScreeningPreventionWeb Exclusives
This week is Cancer Screen Week—a nationwide public health initiative to increase awareness of the benefits of early cancer detection.
Summer Sun Safety Month
MelanomaPreventionSlideshowsWeb Exclusives
August is Summer Sun Safety Month! Did you know that about 80% of UV rays pass through clouds? Dive into our fact-filled slideshow to help you stay safe while having fun in the sun.
Taking Steps Toward Cancer Prevention
Exercise & CancerPreventionWellness Corner
Evidence shows that regular exercise is associated with a reduced risk for cancer.
Common Vaccine Offers Hope Against Aggressive Brain Tumors
NewsworthyPrevention
The median survival rate for patients with glioblastoma, an aggressive type of brain tumor, is approximately 14 months. Approximately 17% of all brain tumors are glioblastomas.
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