How to Reduce #Cancer Risk

cancer-riskCancer doesn’t play by the rules. In most life situations, when you attack something with a lethal cocktail – it goes away. There’s nothing nice to say about cancer.  Some people even believe that cancer thrives on negativity. I can see that being true. However, alongside cautious optimism – four things we can do to reduce our cancer risk are: stop smoking, drink less alcohol, maintain a normal body weight, and exercise regularly. If you’d like to learn a little more about each of the aforementioned, be my guest. And if you’re holding the cards for skin cancer, this modified herpes virus may be the winning ticket for you. The things that drive researchers is heart and tireless passion for their cause. Cancer’s losing it’s edge as we’re learning more about it!

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