AICR - Cancer Infographics

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Cancer Statistics

Cancer mortality compared to other diseases

Did you know that cancer kills more people than HIV/AIDS, malaria and TB combined?

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What You Need To Know About Obesity and Cancer

The latest evidence from the AICR/WCRF Continuous Update Project now finds that overweight and obesity links to increased risk of eleven cancers.

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How Many

Americans can prevent 1/3 of the most common cancers by staying lean, eating smart and moving more.

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Nearly 50% of the most common cancers can be prevented.

Nearly 50% of the most common cancers can be prevented.

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Lowering Your Cancer Risk Through Lifestyle

Preventing Colorectal Cancer

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.

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Preventing Liver Cancer

Americans can prevent 30% of liver cancer cases by eating healthy, moving more and staying lean.

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Reducing Risk of Colorectal Cancer

50% of U.S. colorectal cancer cases could be prevented by eating well, moving more and staying lean.

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Lower Your Risk for Breast Cancer

AICR estimates that 33% of breast cancer in the U.S. never have to happen.

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Preventing Endometrial Cancer

Americans can prevent 3 in 5 endometrial cancers by staying lean, eating smart and moving more.

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Men and Cancer

Healthy eating, physical activity and being lean reduces the risk of the most common cancers that affect men.

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Women and Cancer

How healthy eating, physical activity and being lean reduces the risk of the most common cancers that affect women.

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Make Time + Break Time

We know that physical activity reduces cancer risk. Emerging research suggests moving throughout the day may also. (PDF)

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Reduce Cancer with Whole Grains

Fill most of your plate with fruits, vegetables and whole grains to reduce cancer risk.

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Stomach Cancer Infographic

Stomach cancer Infographic

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Esophageal Cancer Infographic

Esophageal Cancer Infographic

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Preventing Breast Cancer

Choices about what we eat and how much we move could prevent an estimated one of three cases of breast cancer that occur in the US every year.

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Recommendations for Cancer Prevention

Recommendations on Red and Processed Meat

To reduce your cancer risk, eat no more than 18 ounces per week of red meats, like beef, pork and lamb.

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10 Recommendations for Cancer Prevention

Following these evidence-based recommendations for cancer prevention links to reduced risk of the most common US cancers.

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Being Physically Active Decreases Risk of These Cancers

Post-menopausal Breast, Colorectal and Endometrial

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Recommendations on Sugar

Foods and drinks that are high in refined carbohydrates, added sugar, and fat contribute to obesity –a major risk factor for cancer.

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Recommendations on Supplements

To reduce your risk of cancer, choose a balanced diet with a variety of foods.

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Recommendation on Alcohol

 

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For Cancer Survivors

What Breast Cancer Survivors Can Do

What Breast Cancer Survivors Can Do

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Breast Cancer Survivorship

Healthy Living for Breast Cancer Survivors

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Cancer Prevention Resources in Spanish (En Español)

10 Recomendaciones para la prevención de cáncer

10 Recomendaciones para la prevención de cáncer

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Físicamente activo et le risque de cancerFísicamente activo et le risque de cancer

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Lo que uno debe saber sobre la obesidad y el cancer

Lo que uno debe saber sobre la obesidad y el cancer

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