Published on: May 19, 2021
About 45% of the total expected deaths in the US are from preventable causes such as cigarette smoking, excess body weight, and others. Learn more.
Published on: January 22, 2021
According to our study, 2 states had the highest proportion of cancer deaths linked to drinking alcohol. Learn more.
Published on: June 11, 2020
Climate change can make extreme weather events such as hurricanes and wildfires more frequent. These weather events can expose people to carcinogens and make it hard for people to get cancer care. In a recent commentary, American Cancer Society researchers suggested that everyone who cares about eliminating cancer take action to combat climate change and reduce their use of fossil fuels. Doing so may help prevent cancer and improve cancer outcomes.
Published on: April 28, 2020
For women with a certain genetic makeup, being overweight or obese significantly raises the risk for colorectal cancer, according to a recent study published in JNCI: Journal of the National Cancer Institute.