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.
Cervical CancerThe 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.
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