Regular checkups with your physician are also an important part of maintaining your overall health. In many cases cancers are detected as a result of noting changes in your blood work over time, so keeping a regular appointment with your physician is a great method of early detection.
Breast Cancer Screening (Mammograms)
Texas Health provides quality care using diagnostic equipment to detect breast cancer. We offer advanced technology for detecting breast cancer, including leading-edge breast tomosynthesis imaging and digital mammography.
Lung Cancer Screening
Texas Health offers patients a non-invasive, low-dose screening for early detection and identification of possible lung cancers and/or other lung abnormalities. And using new robotic-assisted technology, potential lung cancer tumors are detected earlier than traditional diagnostic tests allow.
Learn more and find out if you are a candidate for a lung cancer screening.
The most common method for cervical cancer screenings is a Pap test. The American Cancer Society recommends women ages 21 to 29 have a Pap test performed every three years and women ages 30 to 65 get a Pap test and a test for the human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted infection that can cause cervical cancer, every five years.
Find a physician and schedule your cervical cancer screening today.
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