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It is estimated that about a third (32%) of 13 of the most common cancers in the UK could be prevented through improved diet, physical activity and body weight. WCRF provides estimates by type of cancer of the number of cases that could be prevented.


  • Publication date18 September 2015
  • CreatorWorld Cancer Research Fund
  • ContributorLeon Green

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