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In this video, people who have been through cancer treatment talk about what kept them going and the practicalities of treatment.
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Media last reviewed: 14/11/2013
Next review due: 14/11/2015
How a healthy lifestyle can reduce your cancer risk, including diet, being a healthy weight and drinking less alcohol.
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Find out about free routine NHS screening for breast, cervical and bowel cancer.
Protect your skin against sun damage (including sunbeds) and reduce your risk of skin cancer.
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People at risk of lung cancer include smokers, passive smokers and those with radon in their homes.
Not all breast changes mean you have breast cancer, but it's important to know what symptoms to be aware of
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Where is the prostate gland and what does it do? Find out whether you're at risk of prostate cancer.
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Exposure to asbestos can cause lung cancer. Ian Wright is supporting a campaign to raise awareness.
How lung cancer affects women, including why female smokers are more at risk than male smokers.
Check your weight and get tailored advice
Find out if your moles need to be checked
Get tips and local information on your desktop
Find out if your diet is healthy
Actress Angelina Jolie has had a double mastectomy to reduce her high genetic risk of breast cancer. We explain the science behind the headlines
Why it's recommended teenage girls have the HPV (cervical cancer) vaccine
Help with quitting, including what your GP can do, local services and nicotine replacement therapies
Calculate your units, read about the health risks of drinking too much, and find out where to get help and support
Find out why 150 minutes of physical activity every week can greatly improve your health
Find out about the different types of screening offered by the NHS in England
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