Environmental factors increase cancer risk

You may have read a rather stupid report in January 2016 that concluded getting cancer was 'just bad luck'. Well it isn't.

Researchers from Stony Brook University in New York, have prepared a study using statistical data, computer modelling, genetic research and population data and concuded that far from bad luck being a factor, a major reason for cancer is environmental toxins. 

The study sowed that only 10-20% of cancers could be concluded as random, with the vast majority resulting from poor diet or environmental factors from smoking to toxic chemicals. 

Experts such as Yusuf Hannun MD, Professor of cancer research and director of the cancer center said that the report was very clear.

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This research agreed with a comprehensive study by the University of Massachusetts, Lowell nearly a decade ago. They listed links between environmenal toxins and different cancers saying that Cancer Charities and health bodies had ignored research showing environmental toxins caused cancer. It talked of complacency and vested interest.