New research is suggesting that developing cancer is now more common than getting married, graduating from university, or having your first baby. And it is perhaps because projections suggest that around half of people will develop cancer at some point in their lives, that it is also one of our biggest fears.

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In an analysis by Macmillan Cancer Support, it found that in the UK in 2014, 361,216 cancers were diagnosed compared to just 289,841 marriages.1 And in 2015 there were 271,050 babies born to first-time mothers in England and Wales compared to 319,011 new cases of cancer.

We’ve got to keep talking about the VITAL role that exercise and food play in a healthy, happy life. We do not need to be beholden to Big Pharma. We do not need to fear cancer. We can be healthy.

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Sources and References

  1. Telegraph, July 10, 2017.