Healthy eating and staying active, things you can do to reduce your risk of developing cancer, don’t have to be complicated, expensive or time-consuming.

They're habits you get used to, and every day it gets easier. And best of all, it's something the entire family can do. The important thing is to get started now. Just one change can make a difference. Discover the next step to reducing your cancer risk with our interactive tool It’s My Life!

You can also help in the fight against cancer by sharing information about healthy choices with family and friends on Facebook and Twitter. Post recipes and share photos of your favourite physical activity.

You can support our calls on the Saskatchewan government to pass legislation that helps improve people’s health. Visit our take action website to learn more about what you can do.

Theme months

Throughout the year, the Canadian Cancer Society has several theme months to raise awareness of ways you can reduce your cancer risk.

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Get your Reminder for Life

Cancer screening and early detection are 2 of the most powerful tools you have to fight back against cancer.

In most cases, catching cancer in its early stages is the key to successfully beating it.

To help keep you up to date, Reminder for Life will send you an annual reminder about what you need to discuss with your doctor, based on your age and gender.

You can choose to receive your reminder during the month of your birthday or your annual doctor's appointment.

Sign up today. It's free and it might just save your life.


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