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Paying it forward

I may had been in an anesthesia-induced fog from my hours-long double mastectomy surgery, but in that moment, there was one message I wanted to…

Your colonoscopy questions, answered

Tom Hoehn is the executive vice president of digital and social at 4media group, of which the Prevent Cancer Foundation is a client.   March…

5 Reasons to 5k

We’re just a few days away from the 13th annual Prevent Cancer Health Fair and 5k Walk/Run! If you haven’t already registered, it’s not too…

Lung cancer screening in all corners of West Virginia

As I stood next to the 48-foot-long Lung Cancer Screening Unit (LUCAS), the idea of the unit reaching rural West Virginians on narrow, back roads…

AGDQ 2022 interviews with Prevent Cancer Foundation grantees, leadership and staff

AGDQ 2022 interviews with Prevent Cancer Foundation grantees, leadership and staff Interview with Prevent Cancer Foundation community grantee – West Virginia University LUCAS (Lung Cancer…

Prevent Cancer Super Colon makes connections in Michigan

In September 2021, I had the privilege of taking the Prevent Cancer Super Colon® to two communities in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in partnership with…

Prevent Cancer Foundation convenes experts in lung cancer, COPD and cardiovascular disease

This post has been sponsored by the American Lung Association as part of their support of the 2021 Quantitative Imaging Workshop. Lung cancer is the…

Colorectal cancer and its common misconception – you’re not too young for this sh*t

This post has been sponsored by Guardant Health as part of their 2021 support of the Too Young for This Sh*t campaign. Each year in…

Delivering early cancer detection for everyone

Prevent Cancer Foundation invited GRAIL to share this piece as part of their sponsorship of the 2021 Prevent Cancer Gala. Every day, we lose approximately…

Going beyond the pink: Congressional Families hosts breast cancer disparities webinar

An August 2021 Prevent Cancer Foundation® survey found that 42% of women do not know when they should be screened for breast cancer. The numbers…