The United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) generates evidence-based recommendations about clinical preventive services, including cancer screening. The chair of the USPSTF spoke with the NCI Cancer Bulletin about the task force's mandate, challenges, and lessons learned.
The director of NCI's Division of Cancer Prevention and editor-in-chief of NCI's Physician Data Query Screening and Prevention Editorial Board talks about the types of effective cancer screening tests available and the risks that are sometimes associated with cancer screening. Go to Video
NEWSSUPPLEMENT TO THE SPECIAL ISSUE
UPDATESSUPPLEMENT TO THE SPECIAL ISSUE
- Launch of New Online Resource: BeTobaccoFree.gov
- New Statistics on Breast Cancer Incidence and Mortality Show Disparities, Opportunities
- NCI's Steven Rosenberg Awarded Keio Medical Science Prize
- NCI Advisory Committee on Clinical Trials Will Meet Friday
- AccrualNet Website Gets New Look
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