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Health Lifestyle Significantly Reduces Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence and Mortality

In a prospective study of 1340 breast cancer patients, published in JAMA Network Open, researchers found that in patients with the strongest adherence to the American Cancer Society and American Inst…

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Healthy Lifestyle Associated With Significant Reduction in Breast Cancer Recurrence and Mortality

In a study published in JAMA Network, healthy lifestyle behaviors, as defined by the American Cancer Society and American Institute of Cancer Research, were associated with a 37% reduced hazard of bre…

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Systemic Chronic Inflammation and Disease

Recent research has revealed that certain social, environmental and lifestyle factors can promote systemic chronic inflammation (SCI) that can, in turn, lead to several diseases that collectively repr…

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Survivors of Childhood Cancer Had Higher Risk Of Mortality As Adults, But Risk Was Lower For Those With Healthy Lifestyle

Survivors of childhood cancer had a fourfold higher risk of mortality decades after their diagnosis, typically from the same leading causes of death afflicting the general U.S.

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Cancer will be the top driver of employer health costs in 2023

According to the Business Group on Health, cancer-related expenses will be the top driver of health costs in 2023.

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2022 Cancer Statistics from the American Cancer Society

Every year, the American Cancer Society releases a summary report about the incidence of cancer in the United States. See here for their 2022 report for.

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