Preventive Care


At we believe the first step of prevention begins with awareness. Awareness is the premise of taking the first step towards cancer prevention. As science advances we may be able to solve the complexity of cancer, however we may never be able to reverse the lives of those affected by cancer. Which is why we wish to identify cancer as early as possible and assist individuals to get an early diagnosis followed by intervention.

We at know that early detection and treatment can often lower the odds of complications related to advanced cancers. So we believe that an open dialogue on the subject will only benefit you and let you be aware of those early warning signs. It is our goal to ease those hardships and create a positive development for personal empowerment for individuals that may be impacted by cancer.

The importance of early diagnosis and treatment is essential when it comes to a speedy recover, which is why we wish to educate our local and national communities on cancer. If you believe that you should know the early signs and practice a healthier lifestyle based on that, go to our services page and book our prevention program.


Cancer prevention is the practice of taking active measures to lower the chances of getting cancer. The World Health Organization believes that 30%-50% of all cancer cases are preventable. [ 1 ] They also advocate preventative measures, because it is the most cost effective long-term strategy for the control of cancer. Hence one way to begin prevention is to engage in early detection of cancerous or precancerous growth. Another way is to get screening done based on your family history, risk factors, and past medical history. This can only happen if you are aware about the risks and warning signs associated with cancer. Lastly, practicing a healthy diet, engaging in fitness activities, and communicating your concerns with your doctor are all an essential part of prevention.

Risk Factors [ 2 ]

Cancer is caused by changes, either rapid growth or mistakes, to the DNA within the cells. This process is called a mutation. When the control center (DNA) makes errors in instruction or affects the process of it, this can lead to the cells to multiply and become cancerous. Of course, it is not as simple as we have explained, however, it is important to understand that there are certain risk factors that cause such errors. These errors can be hereditary (passed on by family) or, according to the World Health Organization, can be caused by:

  • Tobacco use
  • Second-hand smoking
  • Alcohol use
  • Infections
  • Physical inactivity
  • Occupational Exposure
  • Radiation


There are several ways you could “outsmart” your cancer. You can go for screening, regular checkups, and ask questions about healthy lifestyle choices. Screening exams are performed to detect disease at its earliesclass=”show-bullet”t and most treatable stage. This is a small list of types of test that are done for particular cancers: [ 3 ]

  • Mammography – Breast Cancer
  • PAP Test – Cervical Cancer
  • HPV Test – Cervical Cancer
  • Low-dose Helical Computed Tomography – Lung Cancer
  • Endoscopy – Colorectal, Stomach Cancer, Esophageal Cancer
  • Complete Blood Count with Bone Marrow Biopsy – Blood Cancer

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