Public interest in high risk hereditary cancer conditions is on the rise. We’ve seen firsthand how increased awareness of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer has led to more individuals being identified with BRCA1 and BRCA2 gene mutations. Given that March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, it might be time for another hereditary cancer syndrome to take some time in the spotlight. Enter center stage: Lynch syndrome.
National Women’s Health Week is a national awareness campaign, which begins annually on Mother’s Day, and is aimed at empowering women to lead healthier lives.
This year, be sure to make an appointment with your physician, and make sure you discuss the following recommended cancer screenings. It could save your life!
Looking for a good reason to grow a mustache? How about Movember and raising awareness for prostate cancer. Confused? We'll explain!
A key message surrounding breast cancer awareness month is self-awareness, both in terms of your risk factors as well as your body and it’s changes.