We won't make any rash claims about being as good as these guys, but we thought it was time we took some tentative first steps into blogging. So we set up the Magnificent 7 blog, to accompany the launch of our new prevention website cutyourcancerrisk.org.au.
Why the Magnificent 7? Because there are seven main ways you can reduce your risk of cancer. Visit the how to section of the Cut your cancer risk website to see what they are, and take the quiz to find out the steps you can take to reduce your own cancer risk.
Hockeyroo Emily Hurtz is our Cut your cancer risk ambassador, and filmed this message of encouragement for everyone to take steps to reduce their cancer risk.
But the Magnificent 7 isn't really about blogging about different ways to get your five fruit and veg a day or how exactly a bowel cancer screening test works (spoiler alert - these are both part of the seven ways you can cut your cancer risk).
Instead, the Magnificent 7 will kindly cut through the chaff that is ‘cancer news' in the old school media - but more likely on the world wide web - on your behalf.
One week red wine causes cancer, the next it prevents it. Broccoli and green tea are good, mobile phones might be bad. There's a lot of it about.
Our favourite was this news report a few weeks ago that claimed turning the light on on your way to the bathroom in the middle of the night could increase your cancer risk. Is it true? Stay tuned to find out - we'll be blogging here every week. You can also check out some of the most common myths and misconceptions and the latest evidence that debunks them.
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