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In Western nations, experts said many of the top cancers -- like those in the lungs, breasts and colon -- might be avoided if people changed their lifestyle habits. To reduce their risk, the agency recommended that people stop smoking, limit their alcohol consumption, avoid too much sun, and maintain a healthy weight through diet and exercise.
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