Breast Cancer Treatment Plan
Triple-negative breast cancer (a cancer that doesn’t respond to hormone therapy) can mean a tough road ahead, but chemotherapy and surgery can be very successful. Survivor Joan Lunden shares her story in her new video.
Mammo Bus Brings Breast Cancer Screening to American Indian Women | | Blogs
With funding from CDC, partners around the Fond du Lac reservation in Minnesota worked together to bring a bus carrying mammography equipment to American Indian women.
Making Our Health a Priority in Honor of National Cancer Survivors Day | | Blogs
Having cancer forced me to understand the importance of making my health a priority, and I challenge you to do the same.
Indoor Tanning Initiation Among Tanners in the United States
Peers and parents can influence whether adolescents choose to tan indoors. Mothers in particular have an especially strong influence on their teen girls’ tanning habits.
Lung Cancer Is the Biggest Cancer Killer in Both Men and Women
Lung cancer is the biggest cancer killer in both men and women. Cigarette smoking is the #1 cause of lung cancer. Quitting smoking at any age can lower your risk.
Protect All the Skin You’re In Infographic
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, but most skin cancers can be prevented. Use a layered approach for sun protection.
Breast Cancer Survivorship: Pam’s Story | | Blogs
When Pam Bryant was diagnosed with breast cancer at only 43 years old, she was disappointed, but not surprised. Several close family members had been diagnosed with breast cancer at an early age, including her mother, aunt, and cousin.
Gynecologic Print Materials
Posters featuring survivors and facts about gynecologic cancer help raise awareness about gynecologic cancer and related symptoms. They may be used in a variety of settings, such as medical offices or clinical practices, at health fairs, in workplaces, and other community settings.
What Are the Symptoms of Gynecologic Cancers?
Symptoms are not the same for everyone, and each gynecologic cancer (cervical, ovarian, uterine, vaginal, and vulvar cancers) has its own symptoms. See a doctor if you have any other warning signs that last for two weeks or longer and are not normal for you.
Recall & Advice to Consumers & Retailers | Multistate Outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli O121 Infections Linked to Flour (Final Update) June 2016 | E. coli
Raw dough and batter are never safe to eat, even if they don’t contain raw eggs. Just tasting a small amount can make you sick with germs like E. coli. Bake or cook dough and batter before eating.
Pregnancy and Vaccination: Information for Women, Doctors, and Family
During pregnancy, a woman should get Tdap and flu shots to protect herself and her developing baby. Take this online quiz to learn how to protect yourself and your baby. #VaxWithMe #HealthyBaby #NIAM16
Cote de Pablo for Inside Knowledge PSA (:60) Version A
Actress Cote de Pablo talks about her own cervical cancer scare and shares advice for other women. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our ...