Cancer and You: How to Stack the Odds in your Favour
Cancer and You explains what cancer is, in a clear unassuming way, and thus encourage the reader to be less frightened of confronting the disease. The main causes of cancer are discussed and changes in lifestyle which could significantly lessen the risk of developing cancer are indicated. This book provides useful information for anyone on how to stack the odds against cancer
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Some basic biology
What is cancer?
Why do you develop cancer?
How is cancer treated?
Treatments for the common cancers
Cancer and lifestyle
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