Why Don’t We All Have Cancer?

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Your body is made up of millions of billions of cells all living and dying and being replaced, even as you are reading this post. As cells are replaced, there’s always a chance that cells could replicate incorrectly, which can result in cancer.

Given the millions of billions of cells that get replaced through the course of your life, it seems incredible that we don’t all fall prey to cellular mistakes that cause cancer. How does it happen, and what can we do to prevent it?

This informative gives an in-depth look at cancer and the science being used to fight back against it!

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