A cancer survivor is anyone who has ever been diagnosed with cancer and is living today. Because of major advances in diagnosis and screening as well as better treatment for many types of cancer, many people are living longer with cancer. As of January 2014, it is estimated that approximately 14.5 million people in the United States have a history of cancer.
What Should I Know About Screening?
What Is Colorectal Cancer Screening?
- If you are 45 to 75 years old, you should get screened for colorectal cancer.
- Millions of people in the United States are not getting screened as recommended.
Flu-Like Symptoms Caused by Cancer Treatments
Learn about flu-like symptoms you may have during treatment for cancer. Know when to call your doctor or seek urgent medical care.
Flu-like symptoms (also called flu-like syndrome) are a group of related side effects that may be caused by cancer treatments,