Lose weight and halve your cancer risk
People who have had obesity and lost weight halve their risk of several cancers, such as malignant skin cancer. The results give the researchers further evidence of the risks of obesity and obesity.
Obese people who lose weight reduce their risk of suffering from various cancers, including malignant skin cancer, research shows. It is likely that the metabolism is changing.
Previous research has shown a clear link between obesity and the risk of developing a number of different cancers. This is now illustrated in two new studies in which researchers have studied patients who have undergone weight reduction surgery, a so-called obesity surgery.