Prevention and Screening
Mayo Clinic researchers are using AI to develop ways to find more colon polyps and detect pancreatic cancer at an earlier stage.
Genetic counselor Breanna Mitchell answers some of the most commonly asked questions about cancer and genetic testing.
Dr. Kristin Robinson explains why women with dense breasts may need enhanced imaging in addition to a mammogram.
If you're under 45 and experiencing symptoms related to colorectal cancer, Dr. Frank Sinicrope wants you to talk to a health care professional. Learn why.
Dr. Johanna Chan explains who is at risk for colon and rectal cancer and how to determine if you should be screened.
Dr. Folakemi Odedina talks about the decline in the rate of cancer deaths in the U.S. and the work that still needs to be done to improve access to care for all.
Skin, breast, prostate and lung are the most commonly diagnosed cancers in the U.S. Learn how to reduce your risk.
Dr. Samantha Somwaru discusses why there are disparities in cancer screenings and offers tips on how people can advocate for better care.
Dr. Christine Klassen explains what it means to have dense breasts and why they can make breast cancer screening more difficult.
Dr. Lionel Kankeu Founkoua hopes for a future in which cancer research benefits all people with cancer, including those who are not currently represented in clinical trials.