Each year, more than 12,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer. And though it most often occurs in women over age 40, younger women can get cervical cancer, too.
Like many types of cancer, cervical cancer doesn’t usually show any symptoms until the disease has spread to nearby tissues. But it’s important to know the signs of cervical cancer so you know what to watch for, says Kathleen Schmeler, M.D., co-leader of our HPV-Related...
You’ve probably heard about MD Anderson’s Moon Shots Program™. But what is it?
We asked Ernest Hawk, M.D., co-director of the Cancer Prevention and Control Platform and co-leader of the Colorectal Cancer Moon Shot™, to tell us about the program and how prevention plays a role.
Here’s what he told us.
What is MD Anderson’s Moon Shots Program?
Our Moon Shots Program is about accelerating the translation of clinical...