Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women in the United States, second only to skin cancer. While the breast cancer death rate has declined since its peak in 1989, many families continue to be affected by this disease each year.
Furthermore, certain populations remain disproportionately burdened by breast cancer and experience greater obstacles to prevention, screening, early detection, treatment and survival, including systemic factors that are complex and go beyond the obvious connection to cancer.
The American Cancer Society collaborates with health care experts and organizations to provide the latest science and information in breast cancer prevention, screening, early detection, treatment, and survivorship.
Getting Back on Track With Cancer Screenings ECHO
The American Cancer Society (ACS) and the National Football League (NFL) are collaborating to focus on cancer screening during the COVID-19 pandemic in community health centers across the country. The Getting Back on Track With Cancer Screenings ECHO aims to help health centers to develop and adopt new processes and protocols to tackle this backlog and safely restart cancer screening.Explore This ECHO Series
Bone Health In Patients With Breast And Prostate Cancer ECHO
The Bone Health in Breast and Prostate Cancer Patients ECHO has been made possible through a partnership between the American Cancer Society and Project ECHO© (University of New Mexico) with funding from AMGEN.Explore This ECHO Series
Hospital Systems Capacity Building Communities of Practice ECHOExplore This ECHO Series