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Has any family member or close friend had Cancer?

By Scarlet . Created on 06 Sep, 2019
CANCER IN AUSTRALIA * An estimated 145,000 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in Australia this year, with that number set to rise to 150,000 by 2020. * 1 in 2 Australian men and women will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85. * Cancer is a leading cause of death in Australia - almost 50,000 deaths from cancer are estimated for 2019 * The most common cancers in Australia (excluding non-melanoma skin cancer) are prostate, breast, colorectal (bowel), melanoma and lung cancer. These five cancers account for around 60% of all cancers diagnosed in Australia.
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Hans Proebsting said 3 days ago
I have, and I can verify that the treatment is worse than the disease. Take all possible steps to lower cancer risk.
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Mrs said 7 days ago
Had my first melonoma removed from my face this year. Lost my Dad to bone cancer just short of his 55th and hubby lost both of his parents to different cancers. And then their are friends and aquaintences. So yes lots.
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Valerie said a week ago
My sister has fought breast cancer and has been diagnosed last week with bowel cancer. Very scary. My niece has also had cervical cancer. Her last checkup was very positive. Fingers crossed for everyone fighting this insidious disease.
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Mr Stupid said a week ago
Family member - no. But friends and acquaintances - yes.
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Joe-dy said a week ago
Just lost my best friend in April to Ovarian Cancer. She was just 42.
My husband had melanoma at 40.
My brother had lung cancer and was diagnosed just before christmas last year. He is 46
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braunhi said a week ago
Joe-dy thank you for your message. I am so sorry for all that you have gone through. Especially your best friend. Your hubby and brother have good chances of fighting this revolting disease. Take care of yourself as you are needed. B.
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Sylvia said a week ago
Yes. My father died of cancer at only 49.
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Mazi said a week ago
yes a few
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Mary said a week ago
yes a few.