Say you work in an office with 30 others, and a co-worker comes down with a nasty cold virus. A few days later, 4 others have identical symptoms. However, you and the 25 others are unaffected. All were exposed to the virus, but only a few succumed to it. Why? How does this relate to a much more insidious disease like cancer?
The cure for cancer is to not get it in the first place, similar to the group of employees in our example that avoided the cold virus. While this concept may sound trite and overly simplistic, there is much truth in it. Carcinogen is defined as any substance that can cause or aggravate cancer, and there are many carcinogens we know to avoid, such as tobacco smoke, asbestos, and nuclear fallout. These are obvious to avoid. Are there others?
We answer those questions today and more in Part 4 of LivingFuelTV's special HealthAlert series Cancer Step Outside the Box with Ty Bollinger. Today's episode is a must-see for those battling cancer, those supporting a loved one in their fight against cancer, or anyone who wants to avoid a cancer diagnosis. Learn what you can do to help your body evade and fight cancer cells. We'll also discuss the importance of nutrition, environment, and movement in living a cancer-free life.
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