Daily Cancer Risk Fact: Odorless Gas (Radon)

Posted April 9th, 2012

True or false: An odorless gas in your basement could cause lung cancer. Join us every day this month for a special project between Philly.com/health and OncoLink.


Daily Cancer Risk Fact: Oral Sex

Posted April 8th, 2012

True or false: Oral sex comes with a risk of sexually transmitted disease – and cancer. Join us every day this month for a special project between Philly.com/health and OncoLink.


Daily Cancer Risk Fact: Cigarettes

True or false: Smoking cigarettes causes 13 different types of cancer. Join us every day this month for a special project between Philly.com/health and OncoLink.


Daily Cancer Fact: Preventative Medicine

Posted April 7th, 2012

True or false: There is a pill I can take to reduce my cancer risk. Join us every day this month for a special project between Philly.com/health and OncoLink.


Daily Cancer Risk Fact: Weight

Posted April 6th, 2012

True or false: Being overweight increases your risk of developing cancer. Join us every day this month for a special project between Philly.com/health and OncoLink.


Daily Cancer Risk Fact: A Drink A Day

Posted April 5th, 2012

True or false: Drinking one alcoholic beverage a day can increase cancer risk. Join us every day this month for a special project between Philly.com/health and OncoLink.


Daily Cancer Risk Fact: Tanning Beds

Posted April 4th, 2012

True or false: Tanning beds are a safe alternative to sunbathing. Join us every day this month for a special project between Philly.com/health and OncoLink.


Daily Cancer Risk Fact: Family History

Posted April 3rd, 2012

True or false: If there is no cancer in your family history, you have no risk of developing cancer. Join us every day in April for a special project between Philly.com/health and OncoLink.


Daily Cancer Risk Fact: Cigars vs. Cigarettes

Posted April 2nd, 2012

A special project between Philly.com/health and OncoLink throughout the month of April, What’s My Risk? will provide a daily fact you may not know about your risk of getting cancer. First up – cigars vs. cigarettes.