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For Cancer Prevention Month

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AICR estimates that approximately one-third of cases of the most common cancers in the U.S. could be prevented by eating healthy, being active, and staying lean. That's an estimated 374,000 cases of cancer in the United States that would never happen.

Make our evidence-based cancer prevention recommendations part of your life.

Every day this month, we're offering a new something on Facebook for a healthier lifestyle.

Do. Share. Prevent.

February 4 is World Cancer Day

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Cancer is now the leading cause of mortality worldwide. Help dispel cancer myths and
learn the facts.

Infographic: Myth and Facts

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Our infographic on the myths and facts on diet, activity, and weight link to cancer prevention. 

New Cancer Risk Awareness Survey

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New survey finds that fewer than half of Americans know body weight affects cancer risk. 

Video: Are You Myth-informed?

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What can you do to lower cancer risk? We took to the streets to find out what people think. Watch the video

New Preventability Estimates

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An estimated 1 in 3 cancers are cancers preventable through diet, activity and weight control

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to learn what you can do
today to prevent cancer.


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Experts weigh in on
prevention policy
and actions.

News Release

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New estimates of
preventable cancers and
what you need to know