You have the power to end brain cancer.
Don’t let the idea of physical activity put you off. While working out in a gym or playing a sport is great, physical activity is about so much more than this. Think of it as how you can use your muscles more in your everyday life. If you drive to work, sit at a desk all day, and use all the conveniences of modern life, you probably need to move more.
Previous generations were much more active in their daily life than most of us are. They didn’t go to a gym to get their blood pumping – jobs in factories or farm work required a lot of physical activity. They walked or rode bicycles to get around. Housework, without today’s labour-saving appliances, was a workout in itself.
When you think of physical activity in these terms, it’s easier to get active – it doesn’t have to be expensive or inconvenient. Being active can make you feel good too.
It has been easy to support the Canadian Cancer Society. Each one of us has been personally touched in some manner by cancer.
A clinical trial led by the Society’s NCIC Clinical Trials group found that men with prostate cancer who are treated with intermittent courses of hormone therapy live as long as those receiving continuous therapy.