The Top 10 Cancers Affecting Men

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4.Bladder Cancer

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Bladder cancer struck almost 56,000 men in the U.S, in 2014 alone. Although Bladder cancer is more common in men above 70 years of age, smoking heightens the risks associated with it at any age. One of the best ways to prevent bladder cancer is to quit smoking. Consuming plenty of vegetables and fruits, and staying hydrated may help lower your risks.

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