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Preventing and detecting breast cancer early will help save more lives. It is important to understand the lifestyle factors that may affect your risk of breast cancer and what you can do to stay healthy. Breast exams, mammograms and other screenings increase the chances of detecting breast cancer early, when they are most likely to be curable. To learn more about breast cancer and screenings, click here.
Getting regular check ups, preventive screening tests, and immunizations are among the most important things you can do for yourself.
Regular health exams can find problems early, when your chances for prevention, treatment and cure are better.
A colonoscopy can help prevent colon cancer. To learn who needs to have a colonoscopy and how to schedule one, click here.
We'd like to know what you think of two TV ads regarding colon cancer screening. We are seeking feedback from those age 50 and over. Please take 5 minutes to watch the ads and complete the questions. Click here to take the survey.
The HPV vaccine protects against most cancers caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) infections. In fact, this is the 1st vaccine developed to prevent a major type of cancer. For more information about the HPV vaccine, click here.