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WATCH: Is The Human Race In Danger Of Becoming Extinct Soon?

WATCH: Is The Human Race In Danger Of Becoming Extinct Soon? | Cancer | Scoop.it

"Breastcancer.org has embarked on an education program we call Think Pink, Live Green that provides practical and effective steps to help lower the risk of breast cancer based on evidence that currently exists. But we need to have a much greater understanding of the interplay between environmental and lifestyle factors and our breast cells to ultimately find the real answers to preventing breast cancer. It's time to stop thinking that breast cancer is unavoidable and invest in research that will make it a disease of the past.:


Via Susan Zager
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This shows a club or foundation helping preventing breast cancer, because it is one of the most common cancers and it is very hard to prevent espically in women.

This article is great because it helps both genders realise that there are preventions and they should read more into them and join clubs like this and it will help them.

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The Dangers of Lung Cancer [Infographic]

The Dangers of Lung Cancer [Infographic] | Cancer | Scoop.it
Lung cancer has killed an estimated 160,000 people in 2012 making it the deadliest of cancers. Compared with breast cancer, it kills more than three times more people every year.

Via Thomas Faltin
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This shows lung cancer being the most common cance. But people continue to smoke.

This article is great because hopefully it will have some impact on the smokers today and showing them that over 150,000 die a year and soon that will be them if they don't stop.

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Tom Seal's curator insight, November 13, 2013 5:26 AM

This article is about the dangers of lung cancer. it shows that lung cancer is the deadliest cancers killing 160 000 people in 2012. This article is effective in getting the message across that people should have regular check ups to detect any early symptoms.

mikhail's curator insight, November 14, 2013 5:14 AM

this article tells us about the dangers and riskd of lung cancer

it also tells us abou t how many people that have died from lung cancer: estimated 160,000 people in 2012 

this article is great because it tells us facts and the dangers of lung cancer

 

stephanie shalala's curator insight, November 14, 2013 8:20 PM

this article tells us the dangers of lung cacer its says Lung cancer has killed an estimated 160,000 people in 2012 making it the deadliest of cancers. this is very important and more people need to be aware of there choices

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MILLIONS of Brits do not know that drinking too much alcohol raises their risk of cancer

MILLIONS of Brits do not know that drinking too much alcohol raises their risk of cancer | Cancer | Scoop.it
86% of 2,000 people surveyed admitted they did not know booze increases the risk of breast cancer - 66% did not know of the link with bowel cancer

Via Lives Lived Well
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This shows most people don't know what there doing to there bodies and after they may survive they had no idea that certain foods and drinks such as alcohol is killing there bowels and lungs.

This article is great because it lets everyone know what is killing your insides and some foods and drinks are very dangerous.

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Spinach Consumption Shown to Reduce Ovarian, Prostate Cancer Risk

Spinach Consumption Shown to Reduce Ovarian, Prostate Cancer Risk | Cancer | Scoop.it
Numerous studies, some from Harvard, have found that consuming spinach reduces the risk of developing ovarian cancer and prostate cancer.

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This shows some foods such as spinach can really help you from preventing you of getting prostate cancer. 

This article is great because it encourages people to eat more healthy because now they know what fatty foods do.

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Know Your Skin

Know Your Skin | Cancer | Scoop.it
Skin cancer is often curable if found early enough. That’s why it’s very important you know your skin and what spots to look out for. Check out the infographic below presented by Myriad to learn more.

Via Thomas Faltin
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This shows skin cancer and the many dangers that can happen if you don't treat your mole or spot straight away.

This article is good because it gets everyone to realise to go to see a dermatologist because people do have moles or sun spots.

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Tom Seal's curator insight, November 13, 2013 5:18 AM

This article is about is helping you detect skin cancer because skin cancer is a preventable disease and the majority of skin cancers are treatable if detected early.

Chris reader's curator insight, November 15, 2013 4:13 AM

This article / photos shows that early exapination of a skin cancer can often be curable. The photo shows how do self examination and how to tell weather you have a skin cancer or not which is very helpful.

Nick Rogers's curator insight, November 20, 2013 6:18 AM

This is relevant to what we have learnt in PDHPE as it shows people the warning signs of Skin Cancer, a deadly and common lifestyle disease. This is a useful source as people can see if they may have a form of Skin Cancer and get it checked, potentially finding it early while it is still curable.