These pages provide an overview of cancer topics that are appropriate for the season, or support a health awareness day or month.
Mammograms are the best way to find breast cancer early, when it is easier to treat.
You can lower your children’s risk of getting cancer later in life.
If you’re 50 to 75 years old, get screened for colorectal cancer regularly.
To lower your lung cancer risk, don’t smoke, avoid secondhand smoke, and get your home tested for radon.
Make sun safety an everyday habit so you can lower your chance of getting skin cancer.
You can lower your chance of getting cancer by staying up-to-date on screening tests and making healthy choices.
Cancer patients and survivors are at higher risk of developing serious flu complications.
Learn how to lower your risk for cervical, ovarian, uterine, vaginal, and vulvar cancers.
Call your doctor right away if you get a fever or feel sick during your chemotherapy treatment.
You can help create a future free of cancer for yourself, your family, and your community.
You can take steps every day to lower your chance of getting certain kinds of cancer.
You can help prevent cervical cancer by getting screened regularly, starting at age 21.
You can lower your chance of getting cancer again.
Learn about prostate cancer and talk to your doctor before you decide to get tested or treated for prostate cancer.