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Stopping Cancer Before It Starts: The American Institute for Cancer Research's Program for Cancer Prevention

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Research shows an undeniable link between diet and cancer. In fact, 60 to 70 percent of cancers can be prevented by making the right choices about food, exercise, and tobacco use. Stopping Cancer Before It Starts tells you how to make simple changes in your everyday life that can radically reduce the risk of cancer.

PART I: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CANCER
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Paperback, 336 pages
Published April 18th 2000 by Golden Guides from St. Martin's Press (first published December 15th 1998)
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Carol Mann Agency
"Basic recommendations for generally healthier living through diet, exercise, and lifestyle adjustments. The American Institute for Cancer Research conducts a large variety of research and educational programs, most all of them operating from the basic premise that cancer is preventable. Their figures indicate that 14 percent of all cancers occur because of genetic and related risk factors, 9 percent from environmental risk factors, and a whopping 77 percent from lifestyle risk factors (tobacco ...more
Leslie
There are a lot of recipes that I haven't read yet, but I'm generally finished. This was a good educator - it gives some overall information about cancer and how different things affect your risk. I wish I had the newer version. I was reading one from 1999, so I'm sure there is a lot of updated information. This motivated me to be healthier and to cook healthier - this book made me feel like it's more of an urgent thing than I felt it was before, and that's a good thing I think.
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