Stay healthy and reduce your risk of developing cancer.
Making healthy lifestyle choices is your first line of defense against cancer.
- Say no to smoking and tobacco use.
- Keep your skin safe from sun damage.
- Maintain a healthy diet.
- Get active.
- Get your scheduled screenings.
Lung Cancer Screening Program
Studies show that lung cancer deaths can be reduced by 20% when at-risk
individuals participate in a lung CT cancer screening program. If you're
a current or former smoker and between the ages of 55-77, you may be eligible
for Frederick Health's lung cancer screening program. There's
only one way to find out.
Lung Cancer Toolkit - Take Action
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among men in the U.S.
Every year, more than 4,000 new cases of prostate cancer occur in Maryland.
Should you get screened for prostate cancer? Could you be at risk? Learn
the symptoms and treatment options available at Frederick Health.
Prostate Cancer Toolkit - Take Action
Breast Cancer Screening Program
Breast cancer won't wait. Neither should you. Annual mammograms are
the first step in successfully detecting and treating breast cancer. Do
you know the symptoms, risk factors, screening, and prevention options
available to you at Frederick Health?
Breast Cancer Toolkit - Take Action
Colorectal Cancer Screening
Of all cancers affecting both men and women, colorectal cancer is the second
leading killer in the U.S. Routine screenings for colorectal cancer are
your best defense against the disease. If you're 50 or older, talk
to your doctor about getting screened. Learn the steps you can take action
to prevent colorectal cancer today.
Colorectal Toolkit - Take Action