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Penn Study: Text Messaging Shows Promise in Reaching Unvaccinated Patients
Breast Screening Boost To Save More Lives
Incidental findings in genomics
Penn Medicine to Offer Mobile Cancer Screenings and Risk Assessments
Bowel cance on rise in under 50s over past three decades
NRL legends help tackle bowel cancer
New LLU study associates intake of dairy milk with greater risk of prostate cancer
Mayo Clinic Cancer Center Patients, Executive Director Highlighted
CDC Awards $215 Million in Funding to Advance National Cancer Prevention and Control toward Cancer Moonshot Goals
Aussies urged to take half-time toilet break for bowel cancer this State of Origin series
New guidelines for pancreatic cancer screening
1.4 million Australians will die of cancer in next 25 years without intervention
New research: 1.4 million Australians will die of cancer in next 25 years unless governments intervene now
Screening every five years safe for women who test negative for HPV, study confirms
Cancer Council encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians to get screened
Mount Sinai Health System Launches ‘Mammogram May’ to Save Lives and Improve Health of Women
Lung Cancer Screening Program Launches at Columbia and NewYork-Presbyterian
Alarming rise in esophageal cancer and Barrett’s esophagus in middle-aged adults 25 May
Research reveals computer assisted colonoscopy identify more precancerous polyps compared to traditional colonoscopy
Four things you should know about bowel cancer screening 24 May
Cancer death rates among Black people declined over time, but remain higher than other racial and ethnic groups
Relaunch of campaign to target bowel cancer screening for Aboriginal West Australians
Relaunch of campaign to increase bowel cancer screening amongst Aboriginal West Australians
UC Davis Health performs first robotic-assisted bronchoscopy procedure
Density, benign disease raise risk of breast cancer
Cervical cancer screening happens less often among sexual minority individuals
Benefits of PSA prostate cancer screening found to be more favorable than previous estimates, especially for blacks
Alarming rise in esophageal cancer and Barrett’s esophagus in middle-aged adults
Small Spot of Skin Cancer Can have Big Impact
Improving care and wellbeing of Cancer survivors
Proclamation on National Women’s Health Week, 2022
Age at initiation of endoscopy, colorectal cancer risk among women
Study links Emphysema severity to higher lung cancer risk
Study finds rural cancer patients are missing out on key information
Cancer rates declining in Canada but cases, deaths increasing because of demographic factors
Indonesia takes an impressive step toward cervical cancer control
Does multiple sclerosis play role in cancer screening and diagnosis?
Collaboration Between Leading Health Organizations Aims to Advance Access to Health Care in Communities of Color
Researchers develop model to predict patients with poor lung cancer outcomes
Research suggests over half of eligible women would prefer self-sampling for cervical screening
Less prostate cancer screening reduces overdiagnosis but may miss aggressive cases
Five ways Cancer Council NSW is helping to deliver NSW Cancer Plan
University Researcher Develops New Method for Detecting Tumor Cells
Increased aortic diameter raises risk of heart attack, stroke
Cancer Council welcomes announcement of 2022 -2027 NSW Cancer Plan
Research talent to work on AI, photonics and energy with Veni grant
Research reveals smoking increased in those trying to quit during Covid
Mammography decline seen among breast cancer survivors