As part of our State Lung Cancer Screening Coverage Project in partnership with The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, the Lung Association has released a toolkit for stakeholders to
Check here regularly for updates on news, activities, resources on the Pennsylvania Cancer Coalition and its members to raise awareness and education around the cancer control activities in Pennsylvania.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is the cause of most cervical cancers and many oral and anal cancers. It affects both men and women. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates about one in four people are currently infected in the U.S.
The Pennsylvania Cancer Control Genetics/Genomics Toolkit was designed to provide healthcare professionals with tools and resources to assist them in effectively integrating hereditary cancer risk assessment into practice.
The fourth year of the “Saved By The Scan” campaign results are below, highlighting our efforts to continue to help current and former smokers learn about the lifesaving potential of lung cancer screening. Read more to see the results