Cancer Prevention
 
Introduction by Dr. Rick Boulay
 
Cancer seems to be everywhere because it is. With one in two American men and one in three American women being diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime, it simply seems that you cannot escape it. The statistics show a high probability that you or a loved one will be eventually diagnosed with cancer. Scary, huh?

Statistics do not tell the whole story. They are simply numbers.

 

"Health is the first and greatest of all blessings."


So...do not be a number. There are things that you can do that will substantially reduce your risk of getting cancer. Simple things, like eating better, living fitter, and reducing your exposure to cancer causing substances.

You deserve a healthy, cancer-free lifeā€”for both you and your loved ones. This cancer prevention section will give you strategies to help keep you out of the oncologist's office.

Lifestyle Factors