New studies every day are informing the public of cancer prevention and causes. As it turns out, the cancer cell will eventually be in everyone's body, if the live long enough.
Cancer is a problem worldwide and although there are treatments, there is still no cure. Cancer, however, is not the same throughout the world. Cancer varies from country to country and from culture to culture. This disease is definitely carried through genetics, but one of the main factors of Cancer are the environment you live in.
For example, one in five people in The United States died from cancer. However, some communities in the US prove this statistic incorrect. For example, strict Mormons in Utah are less likely to get cancer because of their lifestyle and environment. Furthermore, Cancer has been reportedly low in the affluent population in Africa as well.
Although how and when you get cancer depends on your genetic and environment, studies show that if you live long enough, the human body will eventually develop cancer. The mutation of these cells, although preventable for a certain amount of time, is inevitable.