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Cancer screening prevents thousands of deaths every year — because the earlier you detect cancer, the better you can treat it. But so many people put it off... and put themselves at risk. Make sure you're up-to-date on your screenings, and stay a step ahead of cancer.
 

How many cancer screenings can you check off?

If you're 21-39, you should get screened for:

Get checked for skin cancer
Skin cancer, with dermatologist appointments, especially if you have a family history. Start here
Get checked for breast cancer
Breast cancer, with a clinical breast exam every three years. Start here
Get checked for cervical cancer
Cervical cancer, with a pap test every three years. Start here

If you're 40-49, you should get screened for:

Get checked for breast cancer
Breast cancer, with a mammogram every one to two years. Start here
Get checked for colon cancer
Colon cancer, with stool tests or a colonoscopy starting at age 45 (earlier if you have a family history). Start here

If you're 50-64, you should get screened for:

Get checked for lung cancer
Lung cancer, with a low-dose CT, especially if you have a history of smoking. Start here

If you're 65 or older, you should get screened for:


Prostate cancer, with a digital rectal exam and prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood test every two years. Start here

* These are general guidelines and your healthcare provider may recommend different screenings at different ages based on your specific health conditions and history.

 
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