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Are you at risk for breast cancer? Test getting two quick body scans a year. It might pave the way to better detect cancer.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the U.S. And the earlier you find it, the better you can treat it. If you’re at risk for breast cancer, test getting a quick body scan twice a year. You’ll help find out if these body scans might find breast cancer better than current methods.
Try adding radiation or surgery to your prostate cancer treatment. It might help keep the disease away!
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. It often creeps back after treatment. You can use hormones to slow the cancer, but that alone won’t cure the disease. Try adding surgery or cancer-killing X-rays to your regular treatment. It might help you stay cancer-free for longer!
Want to keep your blood cancer away? See if high-dose chemo might help your body fight the disease
A third of people with a blood cancer that strikes your body’s defenses don’t survive for five years. The standard medicine, which kicks your immune system into action to kill your cancer, might get a boost from high-dose chemo. Try extra chemo to see if it might get rid of your disease better.
Better skin cancer treatment might be as easy as tweaking the order you take your meds
More than half of people with the deadliest form of skin cancer who also have a certain error in their genes won’t live more than five years. The genetic error makes it easier for cancer to grow. Luckily, there are many meds to help. Help test which order of meds might fight your cancer the best.
Find out if you’re a good match to try new medicines that might better fight your hard-to-treat cancer
Some cancers are hard to treat or get worse after treatment. If that’s true for you, you may have certain errors in your genes that let cancer grow. Get tested to see if you have any of those errors. If you do, you might get connected with a study testing meds that target your genes to fight cancer.
Want to be done with kidney cancer after surgery? This new med might keep your cancer away by boosting your immune system
Kidney cancer comes back after surgery about a third of the time. Right now, the best option is to watch and wait. But a med used for kidney and other cancers that gets your body to fight the disease might help keep it away. Try it to see if it might keep you healthy longer than surgery alone.
Have you had surgery for your lung cancer? Try this pill afterwards. It might help keep your cancer at bay better.
Surgery is the best treatment for your common type of lung cancer. But if it doesn’t get it all, not much else can be done. Some people also have an error in their genes that lets cancer grow faster. Try this pill to see if it corrects that error. It might fight cancer better and prolong your life.
Are you having surgery for your breast cancer? Try getting cancer-killing X-rays afterwards. It might help keep the disease away.
The most common cancer in the U.S. is breast cancer. Sometimes cancer cells from the breast show up in lymph nodes under your arms. If you’ve had a lump or a full breast removed, partner to see if getting cancer-killing X-rays in this area might stop your cancer from spreading there after surgery.