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Men, Let’s Look at Our Culture to Understand and Improve Our Health

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“Understanding your cultural background can help you prevent cancer or control it. For example, the foods you eat, how physically active you are, how close you are to a doctor’s office—even religious and spiritual beliefs—can either make it more or less likely that you may get cancer in your lifetime.” Read More >

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5 Things Cancer Survivors Should Know About Their Mental Health

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Sharing how you’re feeling mentally is just as important as sharing how you feel physically. Talk to your health care provider. Read More >

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Data on the Forefront: How CDC Keeps Measuring Progress and Targeting Action

I’m really proud of what goes into making the US Cancer Statistics Data Visualizations tool complete and correct, and the great cancer control work that comes out of it—for everyone’s health! Read More >

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