Published on January 14, 2022
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month (some organizations also recognize this as Cervical Cancer Awareness Month). Be on the lookout for news from us about cervical health throughout the month of January. Learn more about cervical cancer.
WEDNESDAY, January 12, 2022 (ABC News) Nearly 2 million new cases of cancer are expected to be diagnosed and some 609,000 people will likely die from cancer in the U.S. in 2022, according to a new report published Wednesday.
The annual report from the American Cancer Society estimates that 1,918,030 Americans will be diagnosed with cancer, equivalent to 5,250 new cases being detected every day. This is up from approximately 1.8 million new cases that likely occurred in 2021.
Both figures — for cases and deaths — are the highest estimates made by the ACS since at least 2007.
No more surprise bills: Private insurance plans must cover the full colorectal cancer screening continuum
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New treatment target identified for radiation-resistant cervical cancer
January 12, Phys.org
Awesome Games Done Quick in Orlando, Florida (January 2020)
THURSDAY, January 13, 2022 (The Washington Post)
“Mom, can we have the house for three days?” Mike Uyama asked. He wanted to hold a marathon gaming session with 20 friends, for charity. She decamped to a bed-and-breakfast.
Now, $35 million later, she’s glad she said yes.