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Find out how staying active, making healthy food choices and avoiding known risk factors can reduce your risk of getting cancer.

Find out how staying active, making healthy food choices and avoiding known risk factors can reduce your risk of getting cancer.

Smoking & Tobacco

Tobacco use is accountable for at least 30% of all cancer deaths, and smoking causes nearly 90% of all lung cancers. People who live with smokers are more likely to develop lung cancer and even limited exposure to secondhand smoke can raise your heart disease risk.

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Diet

Making the right food choices is a powerful cancer prevention tool. Find out how to fight cancer with proper nutrition.

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Physical Activity

Living an active lifestyle can help prevent obesity, which is a major risk factor for cancer.

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Skin Safety

Limiting your exposure to the sun goes a long way in preventing skin cancer and melanoma.

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HPV

The human papillomavirus is a risk factor for several types of cancer. However, getting an HPV vaccination for your children can reduce their cancer risk.

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Cancer Prevention Center

The Lyda Hill Cancer Prevention Center provides cancer risk assessment, screening and diagnostic services.

Focused on Health

Get information and advice on cancer risk reduction from our experts.

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