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Environment

How to make your environment cancer-free?

Clean bathroom products to make cancer survivors environment safe

INFORMATION

We're surrounded with organic and environment toxins. Smoke from tobacco at a concert. Dirty air from the factory nearby. Rays from a normal X-ray. Reducing our exposure to these toxins can lower our risk of recurrence. When it comes to things around us that can increase the chance of getting cancer, it might seem really hard to avoid them, like trying not to breathe air. But actually, you have more control than you might think. Experts say you can make choices to lower your risk of cancer. Simple changes to how you live or being careful about what you're exposed to can help. Around two-thirds of cancer cases in the United States are linked to things in the environment. So, learning more about what to watch out for and stay away from could really help you stay healthy.

These are some of the areas in your environment where you can reduce your exposure to toxins:
- drinking filtered water
- getting an air filter for the house
- using a mask when there are pollution spikes
- using safe cleaning products
- opting for clean beauty products

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