Today key decision makers from around the globe will meet at an annual policy meeting in Cape Town to discuss the growing global cancer burden and debate on emerging issues related to cancer.

According to the WHO, more than 12 million people on a global scale will be diagnosed with cancer this year, and of that number, approximately eight million will die. What’s as alarming is that more than 70% of cancer deaths occur in low and middle-income countries. Here are some tips on How To Cut Your Cancer Risk.

The summit aims to strengthen the global cancer network and support the AFRO region in addressing non-communicable diseases. This year’s theme is ‘Closing the Cancer Divide by 2025’, which is in line with the UN’s commitment to achieve the global goal of reducing premature deaths from non-communicable disease by 25% by 2025. Guys, examine yourselves by checking for these symptoms of testicular cancer.