March Means Colorectal Cancer Preve..

March doesn’t just mean warmer weather and flowers sprouting, it’s also time to celebrate Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among both men and women in the United States. Join us by b..

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A Multi-State Coalition is Formed a..

Roy J. Duhé, Ph.D., is Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Professor of Radiation Oncology and Associate Director for Cancer Education at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. He also leads the statewide 70×2020 Colorectal Cancer ..


Check Your Mate on Valentine’..

For 30 years, the Prevent Cancer Foundation has placed a large focus on educating the public about cancer prevention and early detection. Depending on one’s age – messages need to be different to resonate. Millennials still feel invincible and me..


Document Your Family’s Health..

On Valentine’s Day, many people across the world will demonstrate their love for each other with jewelry, flowers, chocolate and other tokens of appreciation. At the Foundation, we encourage you to also take some time to demonstrate love for your r..

Healthy Super Bowl Snacks..

When most people think about Super Bowl snacks, they think high calories and high fat because it’s one day to pig out on snacks. In some homes, snacks served at Super Bowl parties are almost as important as the game, but traditional football favori..

It’s Cancer Prevention Month..

February is National Cancer Prevention Month and a great time to re-start your New Year’s resolutions. It takes just 21 days to create a new habit, and your new healthy habit can help you prevent cancer. Up to 50 percent of all cancers diagnosed to..