It is always an unfortunate event when someone has been diagnosed with cancer. But you are never alone, there are hundreds of treatments and factors that can lower or possibly eliminate your cancer cell count. In the past years there have been many improvements in the treatment of cancer. Many of my own family members in the past have been affected by cancer. But with the right precautionary measures many cancer types can possibly be prevented. Research has shown that a healthy lifestyle and diet can possibly help prevent many types of cancer. The National cancer Institute contends that with exercise and a low calorie, high fiber diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables that is one of the best ways to prevent cancer. There are also many common risk factors that are wise to avoid when trying to prevent cancer such as: Tobacco use
These risk factors could possibly lead to lung cancer, skin cancer, and breast cancer. One of the biggest risk factors is Obesity which can possibly cause your risk of cancer to rise. Obesity can cause cancers anywhere from colon cancer, to cancer of the esophagus. Another one of the bigger risk factors is tobacco use. Tobacco use can lead to many types of cancer, but the biggest is lung cancer. Lung cancer kills about 1 out of every 5 people each year. Tobacco use which leads to lung cancer is the number one preventable cause of death in the country which is estimated to be around 438,000 deaths in the United States alone. But tobacco use can also lead to other cancers such as throat, mouth, pancreas, kidney, bladder, and cervical cancer.
The biggest key when treating cancer is early detection. When detected in its earlier stages cancer can be easily removed or treated. But more often than not when cancer is detected it has already caused serious damage to one or more major organs. This is why the American cancer Society advises the...