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Be active - cut your cancer risk

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Series : Cut your cancer risk

Published : January 2013
Page Length : 6
Format : Booklet DL
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Cancer Research UK

Physical activity does not have to cost you money. It can include everyday things like housework, DIY, gardening or walking, as well as sports or going to the gym. By being physically active you can reduce the risk of bowel, breast and womb cancer. Keeping active could help prevent thousands of cancers in the UK every year.


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