Stay ahead of cancer through prevention and early detection

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Early Detection =
Better Outcomes

It’s time to check your health. Routine screening before you have any signs or symptoms of cancer can mean better outcomes for your health–that means more treatment options, more healthy days ahead and more time with the people you love.

Discover the screenings you need

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Clearing the haze about the UV Index

Clearing the haze about the UV Index

Though the beach can be fun for the entire family, it can also be tricky to keep everyone safe with all the activity and distractions.

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UV Index scale ranging from 1 to 11+ or low to extreme. Low UV Index means no protection is needed, and extreme says to stay inside.

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