Cancer and Cancer Prevention

Join Premier Health providers as they answer common questions about cancer prevention topics. You'll also find videos and other resources with tips to help you and your family live well and be well.

Breast Biopsies Informative Tool In Fighting Breast Cancer

Having an abnormal breast exam or mammogram could be cause for a breast biopsy. A biopsy can determine whether or not the abnormality is cancerous. Learn more.

Breast Cancer and Genetic Counseling

None of us likes to think about breast cancer and whether it could come into our life. But as with so many health issues, knowledge is power, so it's smart to know your risk level. Knowing that risk level includes your family history. Learn more about genetic risk factors and breast cancer.

Cancer Prevention

Learn about cancer prevention - what steps can you take to help prevent cancer.

Exercise and Cancer Risk

Research shows a strong relationship between regular physical activity and a reduced risk of developing 13 types of Cancer. Learn more about exercising to reduce your cancer risk by viewing our infographic

Family History

A strong family bond can be hard to break, especially when it comes to cancer. Learn more about developing a family tree of health issues by viewing our infographic.

How to Spot Skin Cancer

Do you know ABCDEs of skin checks? Learn about the guidelines you should follow to examine your moles or new growths to help prevent skin cancer by viewing our infographic.

Lifestyle Choices Greatly Reduce Head, Neck Cancer Risks

Cutting the cord on tobacco and alcohol can make a major positive change in reducing your risk of head and neck cancer. Learn More

Pancreatic Cancer Is Difficult To Diagnose, Treat

Pancreatic cancer can be difficult to diagnose and difficult to treat. A late diagnosis can lead to the cancer spreading, making treatment hard. Learn more.

Testicular Cancer Self-Exam

Testicular cancer is the most common form of cancer in men between the ages of 15 and 35. The good news is that a simple monthly self-exam may help find trouble before it gets serious. When detected early, testicular cancer is almost 100% curable. Learn more about conducting a monthly testicular self-exam by viewing our infographic.