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The update ensures that more minorities and women with lighter smoking histories now qualify for screening.
Text messaging and mailing people free, at-home test kits can help boost the number of people who get screened for colorectal cancer.
But experts suggest that a move toward universal hepatitis B screening and vaccination may be in order.
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network and the American Cancer Society are leading efforts to resume cancer screenings and treatment.
Focusing on the largest health care system in the Northeast, the study documents the pandemic’s impact on cancer screening and diagnosis.
New study reveals that more work is needed to enhance adherence to recommended cancer screening in Canada.
A new survey aims to help train providers to make care safer and more welcoming for LGBTQ patients.
After actor Chadwick Boseman’s death, African Americans are reminded once again about the importance of being screened early.
American Lung Association’s new report examines toll of lung cancer state-by-state, identifies opportunities to save lives with screening
Language barriers prevent some women from receiving potentially lifesaving breast cancer screenings.
Six in 10 Americans believe racism can affect the health care a person receives.
Quitting smoking even within two years before a lung cancer diagnosis improves survival.
The pandemic raises new concerns, but it may also lead to long-lasting improvements.
Current recommendations don’t accurately reflect the community most affected by this disease.
Mailing testing kits to people’s homes lowers costs and increases screening.
Women who are uninsured or can’t get regular medical care are more likely to miss out on lifesaving screening.
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