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Mesothelioma is caused by asbestos exposure

October 8, 2013

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How Will You Die?

How Will You Die?

September 3, 2013

This infographic presents the most likely way you will die depending on race, gender, and age. Source

Movember Statistics

Movember Statistics

July 21, 2013

Movember brings attention to prostate and testicular cancer during November. As part of that movement, men all around the globe grow facial hair to raise money and awareness. We produced an infographic showing some of the more serious statistics involved in these cancers. Source

The Need-to-Know About Breast Cancer

The Need-to-Know About Breast Cancer

July 8, 2013

One out of every eight women develops breast cancer at some point of her life. This disease is the second leading cause of cancer death among women, but early detection and screening can save lives.

Think Pink?

Think Pink?

June 10, 2013

The infographic is an attempt to illustrate the results of the research conducted by Puntoni, Sweldens, and Tavassoli. It indicates that gender cues (female colors, symbols, and voices/visuals of things associated with women) may be counterproductive to the goals of breast cancer fundraising. The reason: a psychological reaction called defensive response. Source

U.S. Male 2008 Cancer Statistics

U.S. Male 2008 Cancer Statistics

May 30, 2013

Number of men in the United States who will die in 2008 as a result of cancer.

So Many Ways to Die

So Many Ways to Die

May 24, 2013

The National Post’s graphics team takes another look at what was killing Canadians in 2008. Cancer has become the leading cause of death in every province in Canada for the first time, according to newly released data. Source

Causes of Death

Causes of Death

May 18, 2013

People commonly worry about dyeing from an obscure disease, but seeing what the most common causes of death are for your age and ethnicity can help you make better lifestyle choices. This infographic provides a graph to show what the most common causes of death are for different ages and ethnic groups to help provide […]

Foundation Debuts Cervical Cancer Prevention

Foundation Debuts Cervical Cancer Prevention

March 28, 2013

Each January we observe National Cervical Health Awareness Month. It is a good time to reflect on the groundbreaking advancements that have been made in the early detection and prevention of cervical cancer. Check out our new infographic to get the facts and see the history of a preventable cancer success story! Source

Ozioma News Survivorship

Ozioma News Survivorship

March 22, 2013

The number of U.S. cancer survivors has increased to nearly 12 million, according to a recent report from the National Cancer Institute. Early detection, better treatment, and an aging population are thought to be the main reasons for the increase. Source

Lung Cancer Risk Factors

Lung Cancer Risk Factors

March 19, 2013

Studies have shown a synergistic relationship between asbestos and tobacco smoke in the causation of lung cancer. The studies found that in approximately a third of the lung cancer cases where smokers had asbestos exposure, the lung cancer was attributable to the synergy of the two working together rather than either individual carcinogen. There are […]

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Cancer Remains Canada’s Top Killer

February 10, 2013

In Canada today cancer is still a top killer in Canada and this infographic breaks down the cancer statistics for Cananda. It shows how many are affected by cancer, what kind of cancers people have, and the deaths by province. Source