Information for Health Care Professionals
Here you can find reliable information from the American Cancer Society to help educate yourself and your staff, and learn more about how the American Cancer Society is working to end health disparities and fight cancer around the world.
Read complete versions of all our guidelines, find patient-friendly versions, and learn more about how ACS develops its recommendations here.
- Breast Cancer Screening
- Cervical Cancer Screening
- Endometrial Cancer Screening
- Colorectal Cancer Screening
- Lung Cancer Screening
- Prostate Cancer Screening
- How Screening Guidelines Are Developed
- HPV Vaccine Use
- Nutrition & Physical Activity for Prevention
- Nutrition & Physical Activity for Survivors
- Breast Cancer Survivorship Care
- Colorectal Cancer Survivorship Care
- Prostate Cancer Survivorship Care
For You and Your Staff
Educate yourself and your staff on cancer-related topics with up-to-date information from the American Cancer Society.
For Your Patients
Inform your patients with easy-to-read materials, as well as videos and interactive tools, on a variety of topics including prevention and early detection, treatment, side effects, and survivorship.
As a leader in cancer control since 1913, the American Cancer Society is committed to saving lives from cancer and reducing the global threat of the disease. In collaboration with a worldwide network of partnerships, we are urging governments and international organizations to recognize that cancer is a global priority requiring an urgent response.
The National HPV Vaccination Roundtable is a national coalition dedicated to reducing the incidence of and mortality from HPV-associated cancer in the U.S. Learn more here.
The American Cancer Society Circle Of Life program provides a holistic, culturally sensitive and interactive means for native and tribal communities, families, and individuals to learn about cancer. Topics include reducing cancer risk through healthy lifestyle choices, how different cancers are diagnosed and treated, coping with the emotional and physical side effects of cancer, caregiving, and coping with the end of life.