Anyone can get breast cancer. In fact, it’s the second leading cause of cancer-related death for women.
If you’re over 40, it’s time for a mammogram. Screenings are the first line of defense against cancer — and they’re available with little to no cost to you.
Feeling and looking at the breast for any changes.
Manual exam by your health care provider.
2D or 3D X-ray of each breast. Your doctor may recommend starting sooner based on your personal health and family history.
Cervical cancer is a slow-growing cancer that develops in the cervix. It can be caused by an HPV infection, which you can have and not know.
Schedule regular screenings to catch any changes. Most are available with little to no cost to you.
Doctors look at cells from the cervix and vagina under a microscope.
Tests the cervical cells (usually during a Pap test).