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Colorectal cancer screening: Check out the options
With early detection, colon cancer is 90% treatable
Podcast: Genetics transform breast cancer screenings
WISDOM study shares clues about history and health, says Larissa Risty
Four breast cancer screening options
From feeling a lump while getting dressed to high-definition images from advanced technology, there are many ways breast cancer can be diagnosed. Here are four screening options and how to determine which one is right for you. 1. Breast self-examination You may have heard that doing monthly breast self-examinations is recommended to help you find […]
Lung cancer screenings now available to help catch it early
Terri tells us more about lung cancer screenings.
Breast cancer severity goes down with mammography screening
It's important to keep your screenings on schedule, even during pandemic
Regular prostate screenings catch cancer recurrence early
Minnesota farmer Larry Eichstadt got care close to his home and cattle
Mammogram detects breast cancer during pandemic
"I feel way more comfortable going to Sanford than I would to the grocery store"
Preventive health screenings you should not postpone
Now is the time to take care of any screenings that you've put off
Sanford cancer scientist aims to help American Indian women
Contact: Shawn Neisteadt Sanford Health Media Relations 605-366-2432 / firstname.lastname@example.org @SanfordShawnN SIOUX FALLS, S.D., Aug. 14, 2020 — A scientist at Sanford Health in the Cancer Biology and Immunotherapy group at Sanford Research is launching a two-part program against breast cancer. The program is possible through a Geographical Management of Cancer Health Disparities Program Region […]
Grant gives Sanford access to national cancer trials
Close to home, patients can join clinical trials trying to improve cancer care
Your health matters: Don’t delay your care or screenings
Safe clinic setting and extended hours can help you maintain your health
Melanoma survivor who had cancer at age 15: Save your skin
Heading out after staying in? Don't forget the sunblock
‘I never thought breast cancer would hit me’
Breast cancer survivor shares how she put breast cancer in rearview mirror
Heart screenings protect against disease, save lives
Cardiovascular disease accounts for nearly 1 of every 3 deaths in the U.S.
Cancer deaths are on the decline in U.S., study says
Sanford Health screenings are key part of early detection