What types of cancer screenings and prevention are available?
- Colon cancer
If you’re 45 or older, you should get screened for colorectal cancer. There are several types of tests which can be used, and no matter which test you
choose, the most important thing is to get tested. If you have specific questions related to your health history, please connect with your healthcare provider. Learn the basics about colorectal cancer screenings.
- Prostate cancer
The American Urological Association (AUA) recommends prostate cancer screening for men between the ages of 55 to 69 who have no symptoms. Some men who are at higher risk for prostate cancer (smokers, African American men, and men with a father, brother, or son who has had prostate cancer) may begin screening as early as age 40 to 45. Find out if a prostate screening is right for you?
- Lung cancer
If you were (or still are) a smoker with a 20 year pack history of smoking, you may qualify for a Low Dose CT Lung Cancer Screening. Call (843) 402-5000 to schedule a lung cancer screening today. A doctor's order is required.
- Breast cancer
We make getting your annual mammogram easy. To schedule your yearly mammogram, call (843) 402-5000 and we will find the time and location most convenient for you. Learn more about breast cancer prevention.
- Skin cancer prevention
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, “skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. Approximately 9,500 people in the United States are diagnosed with this cancer every day. Skin cancer is also one of the most preventable cancers.” If you have specific questions related to your health history, please connect with your healthcare provider. Learn how to spot skin cancer.
- Free cancer screenings
We offer free cancer screenings annually including skin, breast and colorectal screenings because we know that early detection can save lives. View our calendar for upcoming events.