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Did you know that cancer kills more people than HIV/AIDS, malaria and TB combined?
Americans can prevent 1/3 of the most common cancers by staying lean, eating smart and moving more.
Incidence and mortality in the developing and developed worlds.
The cost of cancer beats costs for other diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, pulmonary disease, HIV/AIDS, and more each year.
How income level influences cancer survival rates in the developing and developed worlds.
Embrace a healthier lifestyle yourself, so you'll be a positive role model for your family.
The latest evidence from the AICR/WCRF Continuous Update Project now finds that overweight and obesity links to increased risk of ten cancers.
Studies show whole grains may reduce inflammation – which is important because chronic inflammation appears to play a role in the development of cancer.
We know that physical activity reduces cancer risk. Emerging research suggests moving throughout the day may also. (PDF)
Following these evidence-based recommendations for cancer prevention links to reduced risk of the most common US cancers.
Post-menopausal Breast, Colorectal and Endometrial
The empowering message of cancer prevention.
The timeline of our reports and planned updates, 2007 – 2017.
About 30% of Liver cancers can be prevented by following AICR's guidelines.
Small choices about what we eat and how much we move could prevent half of the cases of colorectal cancer that occur in the US every year.
Healthy eating, physical activity and being lean reduces the risk of the most common cancers that affect men.
How healthy eating, physical activity and being lean reduces the risk of the most common cancers that affect women.
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.
Healthy Living for Breast Cancer Survivors
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 June 15, 2015
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