Strategies to Reduce Your Cancer Risk

There are useful and effective strategies that help to prevent or reduce your chances of getting cancer. We know that nothing is absolute and in this life nothing can actually be guaranteed as far as health and sickness is concerned. Butt what we can do is listen and follow the direction of the experts in healthcare and do whatever is necessary in order to prevent getting the disease of Cancer. The following steps are advised and supported by the world health organization for you to follow in reducing your risk of getting cancer. I will also add that it is a good idea to always have an annual medical check up with your personal physician who knows about your medical history  and may be able to detect any unusual changes in your health. You may read about these strategies at Safreblog following this link:

http://www.sarfre.com/safreblog/strategies-to-reduce-the-chance-of-cancer

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Alumni of the University of Southern California, trained and experienced in healthcare management, pharmacotherapy, business and communication as a former Toastmaster. I like belonging to progressive and problem-solving groups, meeting new people and volunteering. I am a faithful believer and disciple of Jesus Christ because of his atoning sacrifice and unmerited grace offered to humanity. Because of the love of Christ we have hope of salvation from this sinful world. One of my best inspirational biblical quote is "God is our refuge and strength, always ready to help in times of trouble" Psalm 46:1
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