Prevention and Screening
Dermatologist Dr. Jason Sluzevich discusses the importance of skin checks and talking to your health care provider if you notice changes in your moles.
Gastroenterologist Dr. Lisa Boardman explains how people with a family history of colorectal cancer can reduce their risk of developing the disease.
Fear of discrimination may keep people who identify as LGBTQ from getting potentially lifesaving cancer screenings.
Dr. Ajay Pal Singh explains that some colon polyps can lead to colon cancer and regular colonoscopies are important for prevention.
One of the best tools to prevent cancer is regular screening, says Dr. Christine Klassen, such as a mammogram to detect breast cancer.
Early onset colorectal cancer continues to steadily increase in the U.S. and other higher income countries.
Artificial intelligence reduced by twofold the rate at which precancerous polyps were missed in colorectal cancer screening, reports Mayo-led research team.
Gynecologic surgeon Dr. Tri Dinh explains why ovarian cancer is hard to detect, options for reducing ovarian cancer risk, and how the disease is treated.
Urologist Dr. Chandler Dora explains how health care providers determine if a patient can be monitored safely without further biopsies.
Annual lung cancer screening is now recommended for adults ages 50-80 who have a 20 pack-year smoking history.