According to Otis Brawley, M.D., the Chief Medical Officer at the American Cancer Society, two-thirds of cancer cases in the U.S. develop from preventable causes. Other than those who have a genetic predisposition, and those who have environmental exposures, most people should not feel helpless in this fight.
The problem with Americans today is that they are lazy. Yes, I said it – LAZY.
There are really just three simple, sustainable habits that will help most people avoid the most feared medical condition – CANCER.
Smoking is the most significant preventable cause of Cancer. Cigarette boxes warn of the likelihood of cigarette use causing Cancer and people STILL choose to smoke. It’s something about directly inhaling something that harmful to you that has a direct effect to cancer. You’ll have better odds with a game of Russian roulette. Men who smoke are a third more likely to be hospitalized than non-smoking men. Smoking had been found to be a risk factor in most cancers, not just lung cancer as most people believe.