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A guide to

Screenings & Vaccines

Early detection and prevention are key when it comes to cancer. Here’s everything you need to know to stay on top of your health.

BREAST CANCER

Self-Exam

Hey women & people assigned female at birth!

It’s time to take things into your own hands.

Starting after puberty, you should do a breast self-exam once a month. It’s really easy and really important.

 

Ready to touch yourself? We’ve got you.

Learn How

 

Learn more about breast cancer.

BREAST CANCER

Mammogram

Are you a woman or assigned female at birth? Are you older than 40?

If you answered yes to both, lucky you!

You’re ready for a mammogram (aka a medical panini press for your boobs) every 2 years

 

Talk to your doctor or find a mammography facility to get started.

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Learn more about breast cancer.

CERVICAL CANCER

Pap Test and/or HPV Test

Are you a woman or assigned female at birth? Are you older than 30?

You’re ready to put on a paper gown and climb into those stirrups.

It’s time to get a Pap test and/or HPV test every 3-5 years. Add a recurring calendar reminder so you don’t forget!

 

Talk to your doctor to get started.

 

Learn more about cervical cancer.

COLORECTAL CANCER

Stool-Based Test

Hey, you with the colon! 

Everyone has a colon, so we’re talking to you. But only if you’re at least 40 years old.

You can check for colorectal cancer just by answering the call of nature at home. Stool-based tests (like FIT or Cologuard) need to be done every 1-3 years.

 

Seriously, it’s so easy. Talk to your doctor to get started.

 

Learn more about colorectal cancer.

COLORECTAL CANCER

Visual Exam

Do you have a colon? Are you older than 40 years old?

The answer to at least one of those is definitely yes, but if both are true then this one’s for you.

This is a slightly invasive, but very effective, backdoor camera for your doctor’s eyes only. Visual exams (like colonoscopies) only happen every 5-10 years, so set a reminder so you don’t forget!

 

Talk to your doctor to get started.

 

Learn more about colorectal cancer.

HPV-ASSOCIATED CANCERS

HPV Vaccine

For the cool kids who want to prevent cancer.

Seriously, the HPV vaccine is for everyone ages 9-26 and can protect you from seven different cancers.

You’ll get 2-3 shots (depending on your age), 6 months apart, so your follow through game is important here!

 

Talk to your doctor or your kid’s doctor to get started.

 

Learn more about HPV-associated cancers.

LUNG CANCER

Low-Dose CT Scan

Are you smokin’?

Tobacco smokin’, not looks (even though we’re sure you’re smokin’ hot, too).

Are you 50-80 years old with a 20+ pack year smoking history (this counts even if you stopped smoking years ago!)? If so, it’s time to get those lungs checked once a year.

 

Talk to your doctor to get started.

 

Learn more about lung cancer.

PROSTATE CANCER

Professional Exam

Are you a man or assigned male at birth? Are you older than 40?

If you answered yes to both, you’re in luck!

You might be ready for a prostate exam. Talk to your doctor about whether you should be screened for prostate cancer.

 

Talk to your doctor to get started.

 

Learn more about prostate cancer.

SKIN CANCER

Self-Exam

Hey, you with the skin!

It’s time to get up close and personal with your special places.

You should do a skin self-exam once a month. It’s really easy and really important.

 

Ready to check yourself out? We’ve got you.

Learn How

 

Learn more about skin cancer.

SKIN CANCER

Professional Exam

Got skin?

You’re really covered in it!

If you’re high-risk for skin cancer, you should schedule a special skin viewing once a year

 

Ready for an up-close and personal skin check? Talk to a doctor or dermatologist to get started.

 

Learn more about skin cancer.

TESTICULAR CANCER

Self-Exam

Hey fellas & people assigned male at birth!

It’s time to take things into your own hands (let’s be honest, you probably already are).

Starting after puberty, you should do a testicular self-exam once a month. It’s really easy and really important.

 

Ready to check yourself out? We’ve got you.

Learn How

 

Learn more about testicular cancer.

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