One in two men will have cancer during his lifetime. Some men will battle that diagnosis in their 20s while others will face cancer at a later age. Either way, men with cancer don’t fight it alone.
The most important things men can do to avoid cancer are to watch for symptoms, undergo recommended cancer screenings, avoid tobacco, and maintain a healthy weight through nutrient-rich foods and regular exercise.
Learn the facts and stats associated with men and cancer:
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