Cancer definitely doesn't discriminate. It's both a relieving and devastating reality. And yes, I'm aware that there are different factors that place different folks at risk. But on the whole, it seems no one is completely safe.
Now you can take this as me being dark, but I mean this in the most freeing and kindest way possible: No one is guaranteed not to get cancer. While some are at much lower risk, no one's given a "get out of cancer free" card.
It's not meant to scare you. I want to free you. If you are sick, I want you to catch it so early that the consequences are as minimal as possible.
You should get screened if something seems wrong. You should consult your doctor if you have significant family history. Feel for lumps, get the scans. Don't assume.
Cancer didn't care that I had a 1-year old daughter who needed her daddy. Cancer didn't care that I had a career and bills to pay. So I'm glad I went and got scanned so they got it early enough to save my life.