Those statistics are frightening, especially when we consider that anyone can be a victim of cancer. Your new co-worker. Your next door neighbor. Your mother. Your wife. Your daughter.
Early detection is essential to increasing the chances of beating the disease, but many doctors suggest that a healthy lifestyle may actually help decrease one’s chances of getting cancer. Dr. Laura Campbell with Lincoln General Hospital emphasized the importance of eating a low-fat diet and exercising and added that the number of women who do not perform self-exams is startling.