Did You Know... The Facts About Cancer Prevention? An American Cancer Society study found that 47% of adult Americans think they have little to no ability to reduce their cancer risk. Let’s address some changes to our daily habits that can reduce our risk of developing cancer.
Cancer Screening Tests: The Basics Cancer screening tests look for cancer before a person has any symptoms. Learn more about what makes a good screening test and their limitations.
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What's My Risk? Is a program designed to help you learn about the factors that increase your cancer risk - and most importantly, what you can do to decrease that risk.
Oct 20, 2011 - Among women of reproductive age, the prevalence of two risk factors for poor outcomes in pregnancy and health in general have fallen, but other risk factors and chronic conditions have stayed the same or grown, according to research published in the November issue of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Preventing Chronic Disease.