Our team of experts brings you cancer-related news and research updates.
Updated ACS guidelines for diet and physical activity aim to help cancer survivors reduce their risk for the cancer's return and for dying from cancer.
ACS 2021 studies show how COVID-19 is affecting prevention efforts, expected cancer screening rates, treatment, quality-of-life, and research.
Cherly Knott, PhD, developed Project HEAL to help raise awareness about cancer prevention and screening for breast, prostate, & colorectal cancer. Learn more.
Jill Chang says she always knew she might get cancer some day. It seemed to run in the family. But she never dreamed she’d be diagnosed with cancer at age 30.
The earlier colorectal cancer can be found, the more likely it can be successfully treated. Symptoms could be caused by other conditions, but they could also be signs of cancer.
Help lower your risk for getting colorectal cancer with our 6 tips for lifestyle changes you can start making right now.
Are you wary of colonoscopies? Don’t let that keep you from getting checked for colorectal cancer. There are several options for tests, and one of them might be right for you.
Regular screening can find colorectal cancer when it is small, hasn’t spread, and might be easier to treat. People at average risk for colorectal cancer begin screening at age 45.