Cancer Screening Saves Lives
Some cancers can be found early, before they have had a chance to grow and spread. Regular cancer screening can save your life. Take the next step and find out where you can get screened.
Find Your Local Cancer Screening Center
What screening do I need?
Know the Signs and Symptoms of Cancer
More than 1 in 3 Americans will face a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime. Getting screened is crucial to catching cancer early when it may be easier to treat. For many forms of cancer (breast, cervical, colorectal and prostate), the five-year survival rate is above 90% when detected early before it has the chance to spread.
We See You
Join a virtual challenge
American Cancer Society uses virtual challenges to create digital communities around activities people can do together for a shared cause and unite people in the fight against cancer. Raising funds through virtual challenges is an easy way to help the American Cancer Society fund a future free from cancer.
Bid on Game-Worn Crucial Catch Items
The NFL and the American Cancer Society are continuing their long-time partnership on Crucial Catch to help the nation play offense against all types of cancer. Bid on authentic, game-worn Crucial Catch products to join the fight.
LEARN MORE ABOUT CANCER SCREENING
Catch up on what screening tests the American Cancer Society recommends, when you should have them, and where low-cost and free cancer screenings are available.
Guidelines for Early Detection
Screening tests are used to find cancer before a person has any symptoms. Here are the American Cancer Society’s recommendations to help guide you when you talk to your doctor for certain cancers.
Crucial Catch Gear
By supporting your favorite team and purchasing Crucial Catch gear, you are helping to provide cancer screening in communities that need it most.
Early Detection Survival Rates
Early detection can make a big difference in survival rates. Five-year survival rates show what percentage of people are still alive five years after they were diagnosed. This information will help you understand how likely treatment is to be successful if caught early.
If you get screened, you can prevent what I went through.Tamara, Cervical Cancer Survivor, Community Health Leader
Loving yourself means that you’re going to do the right thing to get screened to be around and to witness childbirth, a wedding, a high school graduation, and a college graduation of your children or a loved one. Getting the screening means that you’re doing the right thing.Dave, Colon and Prostate Cancer Survivor
If you don’t ask, then you don’t get the answer, but you have to get past the fear factor. So it’s one thing to be scared to hear something, but it’s another to die from not hearing something at all.Rick, Colon Cancer Survivor
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