October is National Cancer Research Month in New York. But you can’t forget about the month of April, which is National Cancer Prevention Month. This month is a celebration of the prevention of cancer through research and education.
This month has a lot of focus on the National Cancer Institute, which is the organization that funds many of the cancer research projects. The other important thing to know about cancer prevention is that cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the US. It accounts for over a third of all deaths in the US.
The year 2014 is a massive year of research on which to base your health and nutrition recommendations. In all our year of research, we don’t know exactly what’s in store for the next year of research. But we do know that on the year 2014, there will be a huge increase in the number of cancer cases and deaths that are related to the growing number of people diagnosed with cancer.
So what do you think we should do about cancer in 2014? The answer is the same as it was last year: research. We all need to keep an eye out for any warning signs and make any changes we can that will prevent cancer from spreading.
That’s the same message I always like to give to new researchers. To me, prevention is better than cure. But that doesn’t mean we should ignore the warning signs. If we could just get more people to look out for these warning signs, we could prevent a huge amount of cancers and save a lot of lives.
If you want to help prevent cancer (and a lot of other things) and make it a priority to get your research done, I’d have a pretty strong recommendation.
The first step is to just be watchful. Do what you can to make sure you don’t get cancer. If you do get cancer, make sure it’s not spreading. If you’re young, have a healthy lifestyle. If you don’t, don’t stress and get stressed.
Cancer is a big part of this month, and we have an entire page dedicated to it. The link takes you to a page full of information and tips about cancer and many other conditions. You can also find out a bit about the National Cancer Institute and how to get involved in your local cancer research, and even get some of your own research done.
Cancer Research Month is a time to celebrate all that is good about cancer research. I am not sure if it is truly the most important thing to celebrate, but cancer research is a huge part of this month. And if you like that sort of thing, feel free to spend more time on that page.
I would assume that the National Cancer Institute would be the entity that makes the money for cancer research, but it’s not totally clear to me why. What I want to know is how this organization spends its money.