Stories with tag: "Cancer Screening & Prevention"


Christine’s Story: ‘Five Minutes Can Change Your Life’

Patient discovers the importance of screenings — for herself and others
Christine Deuchler at RUSH Copley Cancer Care Center

Setting New Standards in Breast Imaging

A conversation with Lisa Stempel, MD, chief of breast imaging at RUSH, about how donors’ support of the Regenstein Breast Imaging Center is helping experts catch more breast cancers earlier and transforming screening practices
Lisa Stempel, MD, chief of breast imaging at RUSH

Practice Sun Safety To Prevent Skin Cancer

Every day, nearly 20 Americans die of melanoma. Dermatologist Arjun Dayal, MD, encourages prevention and early detection
Applying sunscreen

Saving Lives Through Genetic Testing

Helping patients understand their risk for cancer — and ways to reduce that risk
Helping save lives through genetic testing

What Happens After a Screening Mammogram Callback?

A request for more tests doesn't automatically mean breast cancer

Breast Cancer Screening Program at Rush

Rush's personalized breast cancer screening program focuses on finding breast cancer early

Helping Women Who Have a High Breast Cancer Risk

The genetic counseling and testing process is an empowering one
Karen Schmitz, genetic counselor at Rush

Better Breast Cancer Screening

How RUSH is saving lives by detecting breast cancer earlier
RUSH patient receiving a mammogram
Women’s Health

What Is HPV?

Rush News Article

What to Expect From Your First Mammogram

A mammogram is an X-ray procedure that can detect breast cancer in its earliest stages