A video series about cancer screening in Alberta
Learn more about cancer screening in Alberta by watching the videos below.
Overview of cancer screening in Alberta
Breast cancer - Why should I get screened?
Cervical cancer - Why should I get screened?
Cervical cancer is one of the most common cancers, but 90% of cases can be prevented with screening and early treatment. It’s recommended to get screened for cervical cancer every 3 years between the ages of 25 and 69, unless your doctor tells you something different.
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Cervical cancer - How do I get screened?
Colorectal cancer - Why should I get screened?
Colorectal cancer - How do I get screened?
We want to acknowledge everyone involved in this work!
- Alberta Health Services and Screening Programs staff past and present;
- Community members and health workers we engaged with;
- Partner organizations, including Alberta International Medical Graduates Association, Punjabi Community Health Services Calgary, Mosaic Primary Care Network, MD International, Calgary Urban Project Society, Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association, The Alex Community Health Centre, South Health Campus Family Teaching Clinic, Canadian Cancer Society, and East Calgary Family Care Clinic and;
- Canadian Partnership Against Cancer for funding this work.