Cancer Screen Week

In the last year, approximately 600,000 people were expected to die from cancer, yet many of these lives could have been saved through earlier detection. Even though screening is key to detecting certain cancers early, when they are most likely to be treated successfully, screening rates have stayed stagnant and even declined for some types of cancer. Now, an awareness campaign is taking aim at that statistic. Dr. Robert Smith from the American Cancer Society and breast cancer survivor Debra Stansberry talk about some common screenings that everyone should know about.

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