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    Controlling Lifestyle and Environmental Factors in the Fight Against Canceri
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    Ardita Dunellari
    February 01, 2016 4:05 PM
    As scientists work on drugs and therapies to treat, and eventually cure cancer, health officials devise strategies aimed at cancer prevention. Research shows that some 50 percent of cancer cases in developed countries are preventable by changing daily habits and controlling harmful environmental factors.

    Controlling Lifestyle and Environmental Factors in the Fight Against Cancer

    Published February 01, 2016

    As scientists work on drugs and therapies to treat, and eventually cure cancer, health officials devise strategies aimed at cancer prevention. Research shows that some 50 percent of cancer cases in developed countries are preventable by changing daily habits and controlling harmful environmental factors.


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