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The levels of prostate-specific antigen in the blood can indicate further testing is needed to screen for cancer.
“I am living proof that early detection can save lives,” Tigerlily CEO Maimah Karmo said at the NCCN cancer policy summit.
The ruling centered on PrEP as HIV prevention but could apply to cancer screenings and other services and drugs.
Regular screening can detect lung cancer early, when it’s easier to treat.
“Breast imaging is an important first step to being diagnosed and getting into the treatment pathway."
Up to 1 in 1,000 pregnant women each year receive a cancer diagnosis. Timely cancer treatment improves a person’s chances of survivorship.
Prompt detection treatment of precancerous lesions cut the likelihood of developing anal cancer by more than half.
Differences in health insurance coverage played a large role in the racial disparities in colorectal cancer cases, a study found.
Authors of a new study stress the need to improve access to cancer screenings, especially for minorities and lower-income populations.
When it comes to prevention, Medicaid also plays a role in lowering the burden of cancer among people living with HIV.
Patients with recurrent lesions genetically distinct from the primary tumor may require different treatment.
Personalized risk assessment identified 9% more lung cancer cases for screening compared with current U.S. guidelines.
Channing Tate, PhD, MPH, is accelerating her community-building research with support from the CU Cancer Center.
Study confirms that Black men are at higher risk for prostate cancer disease progression and death.
Cancer.net and cancer.org to cross-share select patient and consumer resources
The Cancer Moonshot initiative aims to cut the cancer death rate in half in the next 25 years and “end cancer as we know it.” [VIDEO]
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