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Reducing cancer risk: what men can do

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Maximum Order: 50

Series : Cancer

Published : March 2012
Page Length : 8
Format : Booklet DL
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Cancer Research UK

Did you know that UK men have a higher risk of cancer than women? Experts are not certain why, but they think that lifestyles play a part. Cancer is more common in older people, but the habits you pick up earlier in life can have a big effect on your risk later on. The most common cancers in UK men are prostate, lung, bowel, and bladder. This leaflet tells you about what men can do to reduce the risk of cancer.