How can I reduce my risk of cancer?
One in two Queenslanders will develop cancer before the age of 85. However, one third of all cancer cases can be prevented through healthy lifestyle choices.
Cut your cancer risk:
Are you a school, workplace, early childhood centre or sports club?
You can join QUEST Cancer Council Queensland’s free online healthy lifestyle program.
For more information about cancer prevention call Cancer Council 13 11 20, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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