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The evidence is the latest from the AICR/WCRF Continuous Update Project, which systematically updates and reviews the researchonducted worldwide into cancer risk related to diet, physical activity and body weight.
MYTH: There is nothing I can do about cancer.
TRUTH AICR: estimates that about 1/3 of the most common cancers could be prevented.
AICR estimates that 59% of US endometrial cancer cases could be prevented by being at a healthy weight and being physically active.
AICR estimates that 38% of breast cancers in the U.S. never have to happen. Learn how to lower your risk.
The cost of cancer beats costs for other diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, pulmonary disease, HIV/AIDS, and more each year.
Cancer is a largely preventable disease. Top tips to reduce your risk.
Did you know that cancer kills more people than HIV/AIDS, malaria and TB combined?
How income level influences cancer survival rates in the developing and developed worlds.
Incidence and mortality in the developing and developed worlds.
We know that physical activity reduces cancer risk. Emerging research suggests moving throughout the day may also. (PDF)
View a 30-year timeline of key research developments in the field of diet, physical activity, weight and cancer risk.
Americans can prevent 1/3 of the most common cancers by staying lean, eating smart and moving more.
The timeline of our reports and planned updates, 2007 – 2017.
Exercise for breast cancer survivors.
Use a resistance band to promote strength and flexibility.
A 3-minute office workout.
Attendees of the 2013 ResearchConference
How to prepare winter squash.
How to prepare kale.
Treats that don't play tricks on nutrition.
Published on February 4, 2014