Mammography

The American Cancer Society guidelines recommend that women age 40 and older should have a screening mammogram every year. Screening mammography offers the best chance of finding breast cancer early. Finding breast cancer early means more treatment options and a better chance for a cure.

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Breast MRI

This imaging test is often used for women who carry a harmful mutation in the BRCA-1 gene or the BRCA-2 gene because these women have a high risk of breast cancer and are at an increased risk for other cancers.

PSA Test

This blood test, which is often done along with a digital rectal exam, is able to detect prostate cancer at an early stage.

Risk Factors

In many cases, we do not know exactly why one person develops cancer and another does not, however, there is some research that shows certain risk factors may increase a persons chances of developing cancer. Those who may be at a higher risk may have a family history of cancer or have previously had cancer. Learning which cancer screening tests are right for you is important.

Colon Cancer Screening Tests

Colonoscopy, Sigmoidscopy and High-sensitivity fecal occult blood tests (FOBTs).

These tests have all been shown to reduce deaths from colorectal cancer.

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Low-Dose CT Lung Screening

This test to screen for lung cancer has been showen to reduce lung cancer deaths among heavy smokers ages 55 to 77. 

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