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Did you know that we have free printed resources for healthcare professionals?

We have several cancer screening resources that are avilable to order for free. Help spread the word about the importance of cancer screening by ordering one of our posters to put up in your clinic or hospital today!

Wondering how to get screened for colorectal cancer?

While it is your decision whether or not to get screened, it's a good idea to speak to your doctor about colorectal cancer screening after you turn 50. Discuss taking a FIT home stool test or if you have a family history of the disease, or other risk factors, talk to your doctor about a colonoscopy. 

Myth or Fact? If you have HPV, your current partner must have given it to you.

HPV is spread easily by intimate skin-to-skin contact. This includes touching, oral sex, or intercourse with a partner of either sex. It is important to remember that having HPV doesn't necessarily mean that you or your partner was unfaithful. The virus can go undetected for many years, which is why most people will find it difficult to know when they were infected or who infected them. You or your partner may have been infected long before you became a couple. To learn more about HPV, click here.

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Change Your Information

To change your name or address with the Cancer Screening Programs, you need to change your information with the Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan (AHCIP). Find out how.

Screening For Life is Alberta's most trusted source for cancer screening information.