Jan 1, 2021 - Breast cancer is the most common nonskin cancer in women and accounts for 30% of all new cancers in the United States. The highest incidence of breast cancer is in women 70 to 74 years of age. Numerous risk factors are associated with the development of breast cancer. A risk assessment ...
American Family Physician : Article
Jan 1, 2021 - This collection features AFP content on cancer and related issues, including various types (breast, cervical, childhood, colorectal, lung, oral, ovarian, prostate, skin, testicular, and other types of cancer). This collection features AFP content on cancer and related issues, including ...
- Bladder Cancer
- Breast Cancer
- Cervical Cancer
- Childhood Cancers
- Colorectal Cancer
- Esophageal Cancer
- Lung Cancer
- Oral Cancer
- Ovarian Cancer
- Prostate Cancer
- Skin Cancer
- Testicular Cancer
- Other Cancers
- Patient Education, Self-Care
American Family Physician : AFP By Topic
Jan 1, 2021 - Computed tomography colonography performs well for colorectal cancer screening. Long-term studies are needed to demonstrate its impact on patient morbidity and mortality, as well as to determine the risks, benefits, and costs.
American Family Physician : Diagnostic Tests: What Physicians Need to Know
Jan 15, 2021 - The cumulative 20-year follow-up report from the Women's Health Initiative hormone therapy trials found significantly lower breast cancer incidence and mortality among postmenopausal women who previously took conjugated equine estrogen (CEE; Premarin) alone (with a prior hysterectomy) ...
American Family Physician : POEMs
Dec 1, 2020 - Children treated for cancer do not retain full immunity from previous vaccinations; therefore, it is likely beneficial for children who survive cancer to be revaccinated six to 12 months after immunosuppressive therapy.
American Family Physician : FPIN's Clinical Inquiries
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