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February 4, 2015 | Issue 165
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CRU: What people think causes cancerNew Survey:
Low Awareness of Key Cancer Risk Factors

More Americans blame cancer on things like food additives, stress and beef hormones than on diet and other everyday steps people can take to lower risk, according to an AICR survey released today, on World Cancer Day.


CRU: World Cancer Day

Join in World Cancer Day

Cancer is the leading cause of death worldwide. And millions of cases are preventable. Today, World Cancer Day, is a global effort to raise awareness of the steps people can take in the areas of prevention and survivorship.prevention and survivorship.


CRU: exercise protein cancer prevention

Exercise Protein May Provide Breast Cancer Protection

Exercise decreases the risk of breast cancer, and some research suggests it may lengthen survival. A recent cell study may help explain the link, showing that a protein potentially released when exercising prevents breast cancer cell growth.


CRU: Whole grans, gut bacteria and insulin

Whole Grains, Gut Bacteria and Insulin

A new animal study offers insights into the link between foods containing fiber and lower cancer risk, finding that whole grains may improve insulin levels and cholesterol.

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