The Division of Public Health Sciences is actively involved in the Siteman Cancer Center’s 8 Ways To Prevent Cancer campaign. Our researchers are sharing the latest discoveries in cancer prevention research that will lower a person’s risk of developing cancer.
8 Ways to Stay Healthy and Prevent Cancer
8 Ways to Stay Healthy After Cancer
8 Ways to Prevent Colon Cancer
8 Ways to Prevent Breast Cancer
Learn more about the 8 Ways are, assess your personal cancer risk and more by visiting http://www.siteman.wustl.edu/8ways.aspx.
Learn about preventing skin cancer. The Division of Public Health Sciences worked with the Department of Dermatology at Washington University School of Medicine, Siteman Cancer Center, the American Cancer Society, Missouri Dermatological Society, Blackout Melanoma, Miles Against Melanoma, Warriors Against Melanoma, and Our Mark on Melanoma to create public services announcements aimed at educating the public on the dangers of indoor tanning.
8 Ways To Prevent Cancer Overview featuring Dr. Kate Wolin
Exercising To Prevent Cancer featuring Dr. Kate Wolin
Alcohol Consumption Increases Cancer Risk featuring Dr. Graham Colditz
Losing Weight Decreases Cancer Risk featuring Dr. Kate Wolin
Sexually Transmitted Infection and HPV featuring Dr. Lauren Arnold
Diet’s Role in Cancer Prevention featuring Dr. Bettina Drake
The Dangers of Secondhand Smoke featuring Joaquin Barnoya
The Benefits of Smoking Cessation and Prevention featuring Dr. Laura Bierut
How to Prevent Skin Cancer
Recommendations for PSA Screenings
Staying Healthy as a Family
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