Almost Half of Cancer Deaths are Preventable October 31

An article was published recently that shared an alarming percentage of cancer deaths that were preventable. A study published in The Lancet shared that 44.4 percent of all cancer deaths and 42 percent of healthy years lost could be attributable to preventable risk factors. The three leading risks according to this global study includes smoking, drinking too much alcohol or having a high body mass index. Did you know the Bible shares about the greatest risk factor for death, meaning separation from God, and it falls under one category? It is sin. Romans 6:23 reads, “For the wages of sin is death,”. Thankfully the rest of that same verse shares about the way this can be avoided, “but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.”

Pastor Gary Harris – Georgetown Baptist Church
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