- Colorectal cancer screening: Estimated future colonoscopy need and current volume and capacity
- The role of clinical trial participation in cancer research
- State of the science on prevention and screening to reduce melanoma incidence and mortality
- Quality of patient-provider communication among cancer survivors
- Screening for Prostate Cancer(PDF-1MB)
- Friends Look Out for Each Other podcast
- Share Your Story applets you create badges to share on social media
- Take Action to Lower Your Breast and Ovarian Cancer Risk infographics
Summer Skin Cancer Prevention
You can have fun and prevent skin cancer, too! Men, especially those with lighter skin, are more likely than anybody else to get skin cancer, so we created a new Sun Safety Tips for Men page featuring buttons and motion graphics that you can share on social media or your own Web page or blog. We also have a new Preventing Skin Cancer podcast and new 30- and 60-second radio public service announcements. Check out all of our shareable resources on our Skin Cancer Awareness feature.
"Cheat Sheet" for Women's Cancer Screenings and Good Health
Overwhelmed by too much health advice? CDC's Dr. Lisa Richardson provides a "cheat sheet" for women's cancer screenings in this blog post.
Updated Health Insurance Estimates Released
An important new data set, the 2014 Small Area Health Insurance Estimates (SAHIE), was released to the public by the U.S. Census Bureau. The estimates are the result of a multi-year collaboration between CDC's Division of Cancer Prevention and Control and the Census Bureau's Small Area Estimates Program.
SAHIE is the only source of single-year estimates of health insurance coverage for all counties in the United States. SAHIE data may be useful in evaluating and planning programs that work with uninsured and low-income populations. For example, the data can be used to analyze state- and county-level variation in health insurance coverage, as well as disparities in coverage by race/ethnicity, sex, age, and income levels that reflect thresholds for state and federal assistance programs. If you use SAHIE data or would like to collaborate on this work, we invite you to contact us.
Men's Health Week: June 13-19
Men's Health Week begins Sunday, June 16. Men can lower their cancer risk in several ways. Learn how, and get shareable resources on ourCancer and Men feature.