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These four steps are the keys to leading a longer, healthier life. Integrate these into your daily life gradually, share them with family and support friends in the midst of these life changes -- it's never too late to make simple, yet lifesaving, lifestyle changes.
This 23-page guide teaches you how to reduce your risk for cancer. Eight preventable cancers are highlighted with detailed information on risk factors, risk reduction and early detection, symptoms and treatment. The brochure is available in Spanish as well as a version for American Indians and Alaskan Natives. Learn More
The Prevent Cancer 5K Walk/Run reinforces the Prevent Cancer Foundation's mission to saving lives through cancer prevention and early detection by promoting a healthy lifestyle that includes a healthy diet and regular exercise. Learn More
You may be at greater risk for some cancers if you have a personal or family history of cancer or certain diseases. To help determine your risk, complete this family medical history chart and share it with your health care professional and other family members. Learn more about your family history
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