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Early Detection = Better Outcomes

National Cancer and Early Detection Month

Routine screenings can mean better outcomes for your health—that means more treatment options, more healthy days ahead, and more time with the people you love.

Early detection is no joke!

Kim and Penn Holderness serve up Better Outcomes with information on cancer prevention and early detection.

Screening resources

Need more information? Visit our Better Outcomes Resource Hub to check your health.

Cancer Prevention and Early Detection Month Partner Toolkit

Help spread the word that early detection saves lives! Share resources, post on social media and use our toolkit for ideas and inspiration throughout the month of April. Don’t forget to tag us in your posts so we can call out your great work!

Download our free toolkit


Inspire others to check their health

Have you ever been motivated to action by hearing the story of a friend, family member, or even a stranger? More than a quarter of American adults say they have scheduled a routine cancer screening because of a powerful story shared on social media. Maybe you scheduled your routine medical appointment or cancer screening and got a clean bill of health. Maybe catching your cancer early led to Better Outcomes. Whatever your story is, we want to hear from you! Use your voice to inspire and empower others to check their health. Don’t know if you have a story to tell—or don’t know where to start? We can help. Just email to schedule a “get to know you” phone call or use the button below to fill out our simple form!