How to avoid the pain of cancer in 2017

How do you avoid cancer in the coming year?

The advice has changed and many of us are faced with a new reality.

The key is to do the research, find the right people and get the help you need.

That’s what we’ve done.

Here’s a list of tips to help you get through the years and avoid the painful symptoms that have been a hallmark of this illness.

Here are 10 key things you should know before you set out to avoid cancer.

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Don’t underestimate the pain There’s no denying the suffering.

And it’s no wonder we have a collective sense of shame when we get cancer.

But don’t think you’ll have it any other way.

The first thing you need to do is stop and think about how much pain you’re going to experience before you commit to avoiding it.

There are some simple steps you can take to help get through these tough times.

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Get your news and information about cancer and cancer prevention on the internet If you can’t get news or information about this illness online, you can get it from your GP.

If you’re not sure, ask your GP for a referral.

They’ll give you more information about it, which you can use in your own research.

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Get the right support There are a few key steps you need do to avoid your worst fears.

You need to get the right advice and help, get support from a friend, family member or trusted source and do a lot of research.

And you need the support of someone who can help you find out the best way to go about your journey.

Read on to find out how you can find support and help in the meantime.

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Stay in contact If you need help, call your GP or get in touch with a friend.

If there are no other options, you need support.

Read the links below for help getting the information you need about cancer.

Read about how to get help from your family and friends.

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Don ‘t go alone If you are at risk of getting cancer, you may want to take on a group support role.

Find out how to join a group that’s right for you.

Read up on what’s included in your support.

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Get advice from a trusted source If you want to be prepared to go through tough times, talk to a trusted person about how cancer affects you.

Find a trusted professional who can share information about the disease.

They can also help you understand how you’re feeling and help you cope.

Read our tips on what to do if you need advice about your health.

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Take the right medicines for your body and mind This is one of the biggest obstacles to getting through your cancer, but you may not be aware that some drugs can cause side effects.

Here, we’ve listed the medicines that have already been approved for use in the UK.

Read a full list of approved medicines.

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Know your triggers If you’ve experienced the pain, you know that you’ll be in trouble when you are older.

You also know that when you’re stressed or anxious, it can cause you to feel unwell.

Knowing what triggers you can help keep you on track.

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Find support to help avoid symptoms You can find some support to get you through tough time and avoid getting the symptoms of cancer that you’re likely to get.

Find the right groups, find a support group that works with you, or go to a support centre that’s open to people with cancer.

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Don the right hats for the job You can be a bit of a celebrity when you get cancer, so it’s a good idea to dress appropriately and make sure you wear hats that cover your hair, eyes and ears.

You’ll also need to wear a face mask when you have surgery, but if you’re worried about getting your face covered, don’t worry, you’ll still be able to see what’s going on around you.

You can also use sunscreen and wear an eye protection kit.

Read this guide to help make sure your job is safe.

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Remember, there are many ways to cope with the pain.

Read how to choose the best and most effective way to deal with this illness and avoid some of the most common symptoms.