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Unformatted text preview: risks are age (50 years or older) as low amounts of fruits and vegetable eaten and an additional treatment type is the choice of radiation. Skin cancer is mainly caused by an overexposure to the suns harmful rays; factors for this include having fair skin, light hair colors, or eyes in the colors of blue, green or gray. Other risks include spending lots of time outdoors and not using a sunscreen (or an appropriate sunscreen). Radiation is a common type of treatment for this malady. Prostate cancer risks include; age, race, nationality, diet, and vasectomies. Ovarian cancer risks are having had other types of cancer, never having been pregnant and taking fertility drugs. Uterine cancer risks include intercourse at a younger age, having multiple sexual partners, and some STIs. Testicular cancer risks include undescended testicles, and genetics may play a role as well....
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