Cancer and bad luck

In my previous blog I wrote about the importance of physical activity in the prevention and treatment of cancer, but it is also worth of mentioning that according to a recent study majority (2/3) of the cancers might actually be due to random cell divisions, thus pure bad luck. You can read more about the topic and get further perspectives for instance from this article that I found balanced and informative.

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