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Obesity is an established risk and progression factor for triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC). Given rising global rates of obesity and TNBC, strategies to reduce the burden of obesity-driven TNBC are urgently needed. We report the genomic, epigenetic, and procancer effects of obesity are reversible by various calorie restriction regimens.

Colorectal cancer risk may be reduced through screening, higher educational attainment and performing more health behaviors. Importantly, our data show that colorectal cancer screening is an important colorectal cancer prevention strategy to eliminate the racial disparity in colorectal cancer risk.

Effective, low-cost primary prevention strategies are urgently needed to tackle the rapid global increase in endometrial cancer. We sought to quantify the effect of physical activity on endometrial cancer risk, noting a linear inverse relationship influenced by body mass index. The most beneficial type and amount of activity remain unclear.

Regular bowel screening and aspirin reduce colorectal cancer among patients with LS but extracolonic cancers are difficult to detect and manage. This study suggests that RS reduces morbidity associated with extracolonic cancers.

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