You may think you’re too young for this sh*t, but colorectal cancer is on the rise in younger adults—so listen up.
Ernie Hudson is helping to educate people on the link between certain viruses and cancer, and speaking out for cancer prevention as it relates to the human papillomavirus (HPV).
Do you know how to reduce your risk for cancer? Nearly half of all cancer cases and deaths are preventable. By learning your family history, living a healthy lifestyle and getting timely screenings, you can reduce your cancer risk.
As part of the Prevention Across America® campaign, the Prevent Cancer Foundation® has commissioned a series of public service announcements (PSAs) designed to entertain while raising awareness about preventable cancers.
Since more and more people are reducing their cancer risk by eating a healthy diet, exercising, getting regular medical screenings and not smoking, the preventable cancers are starting to feel paranoid, unwanted and unloved. You can add to their anxiety and Stop Cancer Before It Starts!®
“Out of Work” focuses on the colorectal cancer expressing anxiety about the preventable cancers losing their “jobs.” It would be wonderful if they were all on the unemployment line.
“Good Old Days” focuses on lung cancer. Not satisfied with continuing to be a leading cause of cancer death, she wants a return to the days when there were more smokers and secondhand smoke was everywhere.
Cervical Cancer is threatened by Breast Cancer’s popularity.
Breast Cancer (BC) is very emotional because the person he was attracted to is eating right and exercising. He feels like she may be trying to get rid of him.
Skin Cancer (SC) is annoyed that people are using sunscreen and covering up. She wishes they would all relax and increase their cancer risk.