Cancer sucks. So start walking the walks. The 5Ks. The bike rides. Whatever tickles your fancy. Just do it. I think you can even Fly a Kite for a Cure, but don’t quote me on that.
Let me give some backstory. Cancer isn’t prevalent in my blood relatives with the exception of my favorite aunt having eyelid cancer. I could change that since I did smoke for 20 years, but as a whole, cancer is not what gets us in the end. We have heart problems, but for the most part, folks live a long life (my grandfather is 91 and my grandmother is 89 and will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary in December, God willing). However, it has touched my cousins and numerous friends and their families.