Cancer prevention is easier than you think. With a few simple lifestyle changes, you can drastically reduce your risk of many types of cancer. Many factors play a role in cancer development, but the good news is that many can be avoided.
1. Avoid Smoking and Exposure to Smoke
Earlier this year, staff at RSM Leeds sadly lost their friend and colleague, Peter Whittaker, after he had been diagnosed with a rare sinus cancer last summer.
In tribute to Peter, the team are running, walking and cycling 6,030 miles, the distance of each Huddersfield Town away match for...
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