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ACS Guidelines on Nutrition and Physical Activity for Cancer Prevention For most Americans who do not use tobacco, the most important cancer risk factors that can be changed are body weight, diet, and physical activity. The World Cancer Research Fund estimates that about 20% of all cancers diagnosed in the US are related to body […]

As New Year’s resolutions continue to abound, and let’s not forget to make a personal resolution for better health! National Cancer Prevention month is just around the corner in February, and with lung health holidays just behind us, now is a great time to focus on preventing lesser-known lung diseases! Mesothelioma is a great example, […]

  Eileen and Leroy Damme of Winside recently attended a community coffee hosted by PMC, along with the June E. Nylan Cancer Center, to meet Dr. Santiago Moscoso.   Dr. Santiago Moscoso Serving Wayne Area at PMC Oncologist Dr. Santiago Moscoso recently joined the staff of the June E. Nylen Cancer Center and is now […]

Starting Friday, November 3rd, the June E. Nylen Cancer Center along with the National Lung Cancer Alliance (LCA) will promote “Shine A Light For Lung Cancer Awareness”. This is a national campaign to educate the community on the importance of early detection and risk factors for lung cancer. There will be an educational display in […]

Healthy Behaviors Healthy lifestyle choices Healthy lifestyle choices may help lower your risk of different types of cancer and other health conditions such as heart disease, diabetes and osteoporosis. Although not all the behaviors listed below lower the risk of breast cancer, they are good for overall health.* One large study found women who followed […]

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