Currently, Colon Cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer deaths in the U.S. - but it doesn't have to stay this way. Recommended screening can dramatically reduce your risk for this disease. Recommended screening means having your colon checked regularly if you are age 50 or older - or sooner if you are at higher risk.
By waiting - or avoiding - having their colons checked, many people are greatly increasing their risk for the disease. Seven out of ten people with colon cancer…Continue
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, and I want to urge women to check in with their healthcare providers and talk about getting a pap test. Through routine pap tests, women can find out if they have any abnormal cervical cells. It’s very rare that there are any signs or symptoms of cervical cancer, so a pap test is the best of line of defense. When it’s found early, more than 92 percent of women survive cervical cancer.
I can’t stress enough how important it is to take the…Continue