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Cancer — Breast and Prostate Cancer 

October Health Focus: Week 3


Breast cancer is the most common cancer for women while prostate cancer is the most common for men. It is important to discover both of these cancers early through screening.   


Breast Cancer 

Sometime between birth and old age, 1 in 8 women will get breast cancer. Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death. The good news? Death rates from breast cancer have declined steadily since 1990. This is likely because of earlier detection, better treatment methods, and lifestyle changes that can significantly reduce breast cancer risk.  


Breast Cancer Overview and Causes 


Screening does not reduce the chances of getting breast cancer, however detecting tumors at an early stage is important to reduce its spread.  


Breast Cancer Screening 

Guidelines for Women at High Risk for Breast Cancer 

Breast Cancer Risk Reductions 


Prostate Cancer 

Prostate cancer often has no symptoms in its early stages, therefore it’s important to learn about signs  

and symptoms and screening methods. 

Prostate Cancer: Symptoms, Screening, and Diagnosis 

PSA Testing for Prostate Cancer 


Men are more likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer than any other type of cancer. While age is the biggest risk factor, there are ways to minimize your risk. 


Prostate Cancer Risk Reductions


There are a variety of treatment options for prostate cancer. Your physician will help you sort through the options based on your individual case. 


Overview of Treatment Options for Prostate Cancer 


Cook up something delicious for yourself or for a Fall get together! 


Mushroom, Barley & Noodle Soup  

Sweet & Spicy Broiled Tofu 

Zesty Lime-Broiled Shrimp 

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