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How Stress Promotes Cancer

Executive Summary

  • Chronic stress leads to chronic inflammation, a precursor to many diseases.
  • This article focuses on the importance of stress reduction.

Introduction

We all know that stress has a negative impact on our health, but did you know stress can actually promote cancer? Yes, stress and cancer are linked. It’s true – stress promotes inflammation, which is a precursor to cancer. However, the impact of stress on our bodies tends to be minimized in discussions both in medicine around general health.

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