Colorectal cancer can be deadly, but early screenings save lives. Colonoscopy is the most common way to detect the disease, but it’s not the only one. A gastroenterologist discusses options for colorectal cancer screenings and how to know which is best for you.
3D mammograms offer better results than 2D mammograms. Anyone who’s interested in having a 3D mammography should check with their insurer and healthcare provider to see if it makes sense for them.
Mohs surgery works to examine, remove and test certain skin cancers all in one doctor’s visit. Learn what to expect during this highly successful procedure.
If your breast cancer treatment includes a mastectomy, you’ll want to learn more about reconstruction options, like breast implants or tissue transfer, and which is right for you.
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If you have a prostrate, are 55 or older, or belong to a high-risk group, this simple PSA (prostate-specific antigen) test could determine your risk of having one of the world’s most common cancers.
The prostate is a vital element of the male biological reproductive system. It’s about the size and shape of a walnut — but if left unchecked, this small gland can cause big problems. So what should you be on the lookout for?
Used during chemotherapy treatments, cold capping can help those with cancer keep some of their hair. Learn how it works and why it might be a good option for you.
Breast cancer gene mutations like BRCA raise your risk of getting breast and other cancers. Find out what these genes mean for you and whether you should be tested.
For years, researchers have looked for ways to improve breast cancer treatment options. But what about prevention? Cleveland Clinic has begun clinical testing of a novel vaccine designed to prevent triple-negative breast cancer.
It can be difficult for transgender individuals to quality for cancer screenings for breast cancer and prostate cancer. A Cleveland Clinic doctor talks about how to overcome barriers and why these screenings are so important.