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So I …
— Am I safe?
— Maybe not.
— So, why not?
We all know young people who did all of the “right” things and still got cancer.
Cancer is not just a disease of aging – rates are going up in young people, many of whom leave behind young families and grieving parents.
Cancer is complex. It doesn’t pop up overnight.
Daily exposures to toxins in air, water, food and everyday products contribute to pathways that lead to cancer. There are lots of things you can do yourself – everyday actions and purchasing choices – to improve your odds of living a cancer-free life.
We can’t hide under a rock and personal cancer prevention actions are not always feasible.
Contact your MP and ask them to support better pesticide regulation:
Demand protective actions – worker protections, pesticides laws – whatever is close to your heart!
With your help and support we can do more! In 2015 we stood up and spoke out about pesticides, chemicals management, bitumen emissions, various contaminants, radioactive waste, radiofrequency radiation, and scientific methods.
And, if you feel like it, please consider donating to Prevent Cancer Now.
We pack a big punch, on a shoe-string budget. A few dollars would go a long way!
Thanks for your consideration!
Meg Sears, PhD
Chair, Prevent Cancer Now