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.
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.
A harsh truth about lung cancer is that it doesn’t usually cause symptoms until the cancer has spread, which makes difficult to treat. That’s why the idea of screening – looking for lung cancer in people who do not have any symptoms – is appealing.
Getting called back after a mammogram doesn’t always mean you have cancer. But it can be scary to wait and wonder if there’s something wrong. Learn what to expect if this happens to you.
Finding breast cancer as early as possible gives you a better chance of successful treatment. An important way to keep up with your breast health is to be aware of how your breasts normally look and feel, and know what changes to look for.