Early Detection

Early detection for cancer can help doctors find cancers at an earlier and more treatable stage.

Breast Cancer Screening

Our Breast Health page has more information on digital mammography and SonoCiné.

At-Home Colon Cancer Screening

Our FIT Test (Fecal Immunochemical Test) is a modern screening kit for colorectal (colon) cancer and everything you need comes in the kit. It is only $20, pain-free, requires no dietary or medication restrictions and you can complete it in the privacy of your own home in about 10 minutes.

Order your At-Home Colon Cancer Screening (FIT) Today

With regular screening, colorectal (or colon) cancer is one of the more easily detected and treatable cancers.  If caught early, colorectal cancer has a 90 percent survival rate.

The American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) recommends either a colonoscopy every 10 years or an annual FIT screening as the preferred test for colorectal cancer screenings starting at age 50. African Americans should begin screenings at age 45.

Patients with a family history should speak with their doctor about the right screening schedule..

Gynecologic Cancer

Read about the symptoms for cervical, ovarian, uterine, vaginal and vulvar cancers.

Lung Cancer Screening

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) says candidates for an annual low-dose CT lung screenings must:

  • Be 55 to 80 years old
  • Have smoked an average of one pack of cigarettes per day for 30 years or two packs per day for fifteen years
  • Be a current smoker or quit within the past 15 years

The Spiral CT scan takes about seven to 15 seconds. The entire process takes about 30 minutes.

Learn More

Call a Nurse Navigator to confirm you meet the screening requirements 775-982-4257.

Prostate Cancer Screening

In the United States, one in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime. And while the exact causes of prostate cancer are still unknown, there are certain risk factors that are linked to the disease that may increase a person's chance of developing prostate cancer.

Common risk factors include:

  • Age: Men over 50 are at more risk.
  • Race: For unknown reasons, prostate cancer is more common in African American Men.
  • Family history: Men with a first-degree relative (father/brother) are more likely to be diagnosed.

Ask your doctor about a prostate cancer screening or receive a PSA test at one of our low-cost monthly screenings. Call 775-982-5433 or visit renown.org/screenings.

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