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Cancer Risk Factors Center

Cancers can involve many behavioral, environmental and genetic factors. Knowledge of these factors is useful because an individual can make healthful lifestyle choices, undergo closer monitoring or take pre-emptive measures. Some risk factors for cancer are uncontrollable, such as age, family history and medical history. Others can be changed, such as diet and tobacco use.

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