Screening and Early Detection
We offer a comprehensive cancer risk assessment that focuses on family history and genetics, taking environmental and lifestyle factors into account.
Many people believe that cancer strikes randomly, but sometimes hereditary or genetic factors increase your risk for cancer.
Several clues exist to suggest hereditary cancer in a family. Learn about the indications of hereditary risk for cancer.
There are legal protections involved with the Cancer Screening & Prevention ProgramSM and genetic counseling.
The people behind our Cancer Screening & Prevention ProgramSM Program.
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At the end of their treatment, our cancer survivors will receive a Survivorship Care Plan, providing guidelines for surveillance and follow-up care.
The Center of Community Alliance for Research & Education (CCARE) implements best-practice community strategies to reduce health inequities for underrepresented, underserved communities.
Through our programming, we aim to increase the number of underrepresented minority students studying or pursuing a career in science, cancer research or other STEM fields.