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Lifestyle Can Offset Some Genetic Risk for Cancer

Lifestyle Can Offset Some Genetic Risk for Cancer

While having a family history of cancer is associated with having an increased cancer risk, new research suggests that you can reduce your odds for cancer by living a healthy lifestyle. An analysis of data concerning over 40,000 adults found that individuals who maintain a healthy weight, don't smoke, avoid excessive alcohol consumption, exercise, and eat a healthy diet can reduce their risk for cancer by up to 22% and their risk for cancer-related mortality by up to 40%.

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International Journal of Cancer, May 2019

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