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“Most cancers aren’t due to genes, fate, or bad luck.” Says NP Marcia Polley, from the Health Center at Sebree Mining. “The risk of cancer is tied to the choices we make. Two-thirds of all cancers are preventable.”

“We can help you improve your odds,” NP Marcia said. “We can help you identify areas where small choices can add up to big improvements. And because the same choices affect both cancer and the risk of heart problems, you can kill two birds with one stone.”

Also important are cancer screenings for early detection.

“No one wants to hear that they have cancer,” said NP Marcia. “But cancer caught and treated early is so much better than the alternative.

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