The best way to beat cancer is to prevent it, or find and treat it early. ChristianaCare offers a variety of community-based educational programs to help you learn your risk for breast, cervical, colorectal, lung, prostate and skin cancer. We can also help you learn ways to prevent cancer and know what symptoms to watch for. We can also help you find early detection cancer screenings convenient to where you live, work or worship.
Find us at a location near you or schedule a cancer prevention program for your group today! Call 302-623-4661.
Ask our trained, bilingual staff about programs designed especially for the Spanish and Mandarin-speaking communities.
No Delawarean should go without screening or needed care for financial reasons!
If you do not have insurance, or cannot afford the co-pay for a needed cancer screening, let us know. Funding is available to make sure every Delawarean who qualifies has access to care. We can help connect you with the program that is right for you for low-cost or free screenings.
While you can’t change some of the things that put you at risk — like family history, your age or ethnicity — learn things you can do to lower your risk.
HPV can also cause cancers of the vulva, vagina, anus and oropharynx (part of the throat), and it is the most common sexually transmitted infection.
Colorectal cancer includes cancers of the large intestine (colon), the lower part of the digestive system and the rectum.
You can’t change your family health history or your genes, but you can use that knowledge to make the best decisions for your personalized health.
ChristianaCare’s Outreach team is back at the Farmer’s Market providing health information resources to help you stay healthy.
Our licensed genetic counselors are experts at providing comprehensive, confidential assessments.
Early cancer detection saves lives! No Delawarean should skip a recommended cancer screening test because they can’t afford it.
Quitting smoking is one of the best things you can do for your health and the number one way to lower your risk for lung cancer.
The American Cancer Society recommends that all men 50 and older talk with their doctors about whether to be screened for prostate cancer.
In a state known for its beaches, we all need to learn how to be safe in the sun. Everyone is at risk for skin cancer, but it can be prevented.
The outreach programs that we offer continually change in response to the changing health needs of the community.