STUDY SAYS NEARLY 1 IN 2 CANADIANS TO DEVELOP CANCER IN THEIR LIFETIME

Some alarming statistics today from the Canadian Cancer Society. Nearly one in two Canadians is expected to be diagnosed with cancer sometime in their lifetime and one in four will die from the disease.

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