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Find out the latest science about the healthiest way to eat to manage cancer treatment and improve long-term survival.
Screening is recommended for current and former heavy smokers ages 50 to 80, but HIV-positive people may benefit from earlier screening.
Plus: Seven potential harms of cancer screening.
Artificial intelligence (AI) can be used as a tool to help detect melanoma and other skin cancers earlier. But challenges remain.
Plus: Over 10 prevention services related to hepatitis, HIV and sexually transmitted infections covered by the Affordable Care Act.
Although most people screened meet the USPSTF criteria, only one in five returned for a follow-up test a year later.
Dulcy Wolverton, MD, addresses common questions about this breast cancer screening tool. Plus: 6 tips to help you prepare for a mammogram.
Plus, a court ruling has the potential to invalidate required free screenings, including for breast, colorectal, cervical and lung cancer.
The Affordable Care Act requires Medicaid to cover preventive screenings such as those for colon and rectal cancer.
Despite confusing media coverage of a study relating to colonoscopies, they are an effective tool in reducing colorectal cancer risk.
Cancer researchers analyzed data on half a million tea drinkers. The results suggest health benefits from black tea.
Running was associated with the greatest reduction in risk of cancer deaths, according to a new study. Here are other findings.
The ruling centered on PrEP as HIV prevention but could apply to cancer screenings and other services and drugs.
People with advanced cancer need fewer hospital visits when they get home care from community health workers.
When he was 8, Justin Adler lost his mother to colon cancer. Now he raises awareness about prevention and colonoscopies.
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