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Cancer

There are many different types of cancer, including cancers that affect your breasts and genitals. Cancer can often be cured if you find it early and get treatment — that’s why it’s so important to get regular checkups and cancer screenings. Here’s more info on certain types of reproductive cancers and how to stay healthy.

Getting Screened for Breast Cancer Can Save Your Life

Getting Screened for Breast Cancer Can Save Your Life

Breast cancer is one of the most common kinds of cancer. Breast cancer screening, like clinical breast exams and mammograms can save lives by finding breast cancer early and making breast cancer treatment easier and more effective.

Everything you need to know about cervical cancer

Cervical Cancer Basics

What causes cervical cancer, how it’s treated, and how it can affect your health.

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Pap and HPV Tests

Pap and HPV tests find abnormal cells before they become serious. Find out how often you need them and what to expect.

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Colposcopy, Cryotherapy, and LEEP

There are lots of ways your doctor can help you prevent cervical cancer. Find out about these tests and treatments. 

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Find Out Everything You Need to Know About Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer is a type of cancer that affects one or both of your ovaries and usually occurs later in life. It can be hard to find sometimes, but treatment is available.

Young Men Are Most at Risk for Testicular Cancer

Testicular cancer can be dangerous, and it can happen at any age. But if you find it early, testicular cancer can be treated and cured. Find out if you’re at risk for testicular cancer, how to prevent it, and how to treat it.

HPV Is an STD That Can Sometimes Lead to Cancer

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