10 Evidence-Based Cancer Prevention Tips

Cancer researchers continue to explore why cancer occurs in the body – and how to stop it before it shows up. Tools like genetic testing, which looks for alterations, or mutations, in a person’s genes, can help determine whether a person is more likely to develop certain kinds of cancer. But researchers have also identified a number of evidence-based ways you can lower your cancer risk on your own.

Here are 10 tips for reducing your risk of developing cancers, including cervical, liver, pancreatic, and others.

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Learn more from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Center for Cancer Genetics and Prevention.

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