Why Everyone Seems to Have Cancer

As heart disease and stroke are beaten back, cancer vies to become the final killer.

Source: www.nytimes.com

While we make progress through education and prevention of heart disease, stroke and obesity, we are able to maintain our bodies’ longevity. So while we are living longer and with a decreased risk (or more awareness, at least) of these disease processes, our bodies, on a cellular level, have more time to present us with the challenges of dysplasia and cancer. So why does it seem as though cancer is on the rise?


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