Stay Healthy After Cancer Treatment Ends
CDC’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control is advancing cancer prevention nationwide for everyone.
You can lower your risk for many kinds of cancer. Find out how.
How to Lower Your Risk
Tips for cancer survivors, their caregivers and health care providers.
Health Tips for Survivors
Use the Data Visualizations Tool to explore U.S. Cancer Statistics.
Alcohol, tobacco, and human papillomavirus (HPV) can cause cancer.
In cancer patients who receive chemotherapy.
Special considerations for cancer patients and their caregivers.
CME courses, webinars, screening guidelines, and other resources.
Videos, podcasts, graphics, features, and print materials.
Some groups of people are more affected by cancer than others.
U.S. Cancer Statistics: Highlights from 2016 Incidence data brief
Blog post: The Value of Prevention Does Not End at 65
Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancerexternal icon
The Topic Is Cancer Blog
Cancer Prevention Works Newsletter
Facebook (Breast Cancer)
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