All blog posts in Cancer Prevention
The likelihood of developing and dying from a preventable cancer varies markedly in people, and in ways that are unequal and unfair.
Ultra-processed foods have been all over the news lately. Headlines suggest they're terrible for our health and we should steer clear. But although the click-bait stories may pique our interest, it’s certainly not the whole story.
There’s strong evidence that physical activity cuts the risk of cancer, but people don't move enough on a daily basis. Can policy changes reverse this trend?
Associate Prof Brigid Lynch, a cancer epidemiologist in Australia, shares her latest evidence on what happens in a woman’s body when she exercises to reduce her risk of breast cancer
Our Head of Policy and Public Affairs Rebecca Taylor delves into the politics of processed meat in light of WCRF’s UK Cancer Prevention Awareness Week 2023 and the importance of reducing our processed meat consumption to reduce cancer risk.
As part of a series exploring health inequalities in cancer, we look at global differences in cancer incidence and mortality, and their causes.
For World Cancer Day, we're sharing how WCRF works to reduce the global burden of cancer and further our understanding of health inequalities
Cancer is not just a matter of biology. We look at the social and environmental factors that can increase a person's risk of disease.
We're excited to be joining global efforts to reduce alcohol consumption and share the scientific evidence of alcohol's harmful effects
Resourcing the prevention and management of non-communicable diseases is a neglected part of the global health investment infrastructure