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This World Cancer Day 2020, on 4 February, we are saying “I Am And I Will” to encourage people to make a commitment to help end cancers as we know them.

What can I do to reduce cancer risk? Live a healthy and active lifestyle! Most of us know what that means, here are some specific things you can do.

What can I do to reduce cancer risk? Live a healthy and active lifestyle! Most of us know what that means, here are some specific things you can do.

Understanding more about cancer can help people to reduce their risk, approach their own diagnosis with confidence, or support other people living with the cancer.

Understanding more about cancer can help people to reduce their risk, approach their own diagnosis with confidence, or support other people living with the cancer.

Understanding more about cancer can help people to reduce their risk, approach their own diagnosis with confidence, or support other people living with the cancer.

Spreading the message of being safe in the sun and preventing skin cancer.

Spreading the message of being safe in the sun and preventing skin cancer.

Helping people to give direct and timely feedback about their cancer experience and outcomes means they can receive more personalised care.

To support World Cancer Day 2018, on 4 February, we are saying “We Can. I Can” end cancers as we know them.