CANCER

NICK & DAVID

Most common cancers in Pa

The most common type of cancer on the list is breast cancer, with more than 249,000 new cases expected in the United States in 2016. The next most common cancers are lung cancer and prostate cancer. In Pennsylvania for men’s cancer the three cancers among Pennsylvania men are Prostate cancer, Lung and Bronchial cancers, and Colon and Rectal cancers.


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Most common cancers in USA

This list of common cancer types includes cancers that are diagnosed with the greatest frequency in the United States, excluding nonmelanoma skin cancers:

Bladder Cancer,Breast Cancer,Colon and Rectal Cancer,Endometrial Cancer,Kidney Cancer,Leukemia,Lung Cancer,Melanoma,Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma,Pancreatic Cancer

,Prostate Cancer,Thyroid Cancer
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Known causes of cancer

Food/bad diets

Genetic disease

Not knowing what I in food or how to prevent it

Smoking, drinking too much
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Foods, addictives , active lifestyles , exposure to chemicals affect or cause cancer.

Filter tap water

Marinate meat first

Load up on greens and snack on brazil nuts

Ask about breast density

Head off cell phones from your face

Make sure when you buy foods from stores you should clean them yourself just to be safe


What does C.A.U.T.I.O.N

C – Change in bowel or bladder habits. This is a common sign of colorectal cancer.

A – A sore that does not heal in a normal amount of time. If located on the skin or in the mouth, skin cancer or oral cancer could be the cause.

U – Unusual bleeding or discharge. Any bleeding from the bladder, vagina, or rectum could mean prostate, cervical, or colorectal cancer.

T – Thickening of breast tissue or a lump. Any thickening of tissue or a lump on the breast can be a sign of cancer. A lump on a testicle can mean testicular cancer.

I – Indigestion. Indigestion and/or difficulty swallowing can be a symptom of stomach, throat, esophagus, or mouth cancer.

O – Obvious changes to moles or warts. This is the most common sign of skin cancer.

N – Nagging cough. A cough that lasts for four weeks or longer can be a symptom of lung and/or throat cancer.