Ten Ways to Lower Your Cancer Risk

Although there is no fool-proof method for preventing cancer, there are steps you can take to lower your risk for developing disease. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle, knowing your family history and undergoing regular screenings can all help reduce your risk of serious health issues like cancer.

As February marks National Cancer Prevention Month, click through the presentation below to learn about ten easy tips for lowering your cancer risk :

 

Want to learn more? Visit our Slideshare page for more tips and information from Dana-Farber experts.

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