Lifestyle, genetic risk and incidence of cancer: a prospective cohort study of 13 cancer types

Conclusions:

The recommended lifestyle has beneficial associations with most cancers. In terms of absolute risk, the protective association is greater for higher genetic risk groups for some cancers. These findings have important implications for persons most genetically predisposed to those cancers and for targeted strategies for cancer prevention.

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