What Do Seatbelts and Cancer Have in Common?

Car accidents and cancer don’t go together like peanut butter and jelly, but they do have some common denominators.

You can’t always avoid auto accidents, but by wearing your seatbelt you can limit your likelihood of injury or death. Similarly, you can’t avoid cancer, but monitoring your body for signs and symptoms can help prevent unnecessary deaths and suffering from cancer.

By wearing a seatbelt, your chances of survival in an automobile accident increases by over 45 percent. Likewise, monitoring your body and catching cancer early can increase your survival rate by over 93 percent. You can literally save your own life.

In the U.S., one in two women and one in three men will develop cancer in their lifetime, and over 600,000 will die from cancer this year alone; but you can make a difference. These figures could be drastically reduced by taking the time to monitor your body and spreading the knowledge and message from SpottingCancer.org on to your friends and family.

We want to help you avoid the pain, suffering and loss that often goes hand-in-hand with cancer. Visit SpottingCancer.org and learn how to spot and survive–by developing a body monitoring habit you could save your own life or that of a loved one by simply knowing yourself and knowing what to look for! Our information is free and available to anyone, so what are you waiting for? Start creating healthy habits today to give yourself a better future!

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