In 5 Simple Steps

Step 2:

Monitor your body for any abnormalities

Cancer grows 24/7. Monitoring your body helps detect cancer signs and symptoms between scheduled doctor visits, screenings, and testings. (2) Monitoring your body should take no longer than 10 minutes – a small investment in time that could save your life! (64)
No one knows your body as well as you do; therefore, you should notice changes easily. Monitoring your body should cover your entire body with special emphasis on the body parts listed here.

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Here's how to monitor your body:

Download the Baseline Body Comparison Chart

Download and update these Body Monitoring Charts

Monitor these body parts and conditions for early cancer detection

Don’t forget to check your symptoms

Bleeding, Discharge, and Bruising

Breast Changes (Men & Women)

Changes in Finger and Toe Nails

Chronic Fatigue Weakness

Continuous Swelling Bloating

Ear Changes

Cough, Wheezing & Breathlessness

Eye Changes

Lymph Nodes

Oral (Mouth Tongue & Throat)

Heavy Night Sweats

Indigestion and Heartburn

Low Grade Fever

Scrotum Testicle Changes

Non-Stop Itching

Severe Headache

Skin Changes

Swallowing Issues & Hoarseness

Thyroid Gland

Tumors, Lumps, Masses & Bumps

Unexplained Pain

Unexplained Weight Changes

Urine or Stool Changes

Unexplained Falls

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Get the Signs & Symptoms Guide

Download the Spotting Cancer Signs & Symptoms Guide to learn what to look for. Knowing and spotting indicators of cancer early can save your life.


Get the Complete Body Monitoring Guide

Download the Complete Body Monitoring Guide to keep track of your body’s changes. The guide includes interactive charts and body monitoring guidelines.

Save a Body Monitoring and Screening & Testing schedule

Regular monitoring and testing is a life-saving habit. Save a Body Monitoring and Screening & Testing schedule to your Google Calendar or iCalendar to stay on track!

Baseline Body Comparison Chart

Download the Baseline Body Comparison Chart for comparison

Get the Family Cancer History Guide!

Because 5 to 10 percent of all cancers are genetically related, knowing your family cancer history can help you detect cancer early and save your life. Download the Family Cancer History Guide!

Get the Screening & Testing guide

Download the Screening & Testing guide to know the various screenings and testings necessary to help detect cancer early and save your life.

Get the Screening & Testing Scheduling chart

Download the interactive Screening & Testing Scheduling chart to help you keep track of important screening and testing schedules. Download today!

Get the Proactive Plan For Early Detection of Breast Cancer Guide

Download the Proactive Plan For Early Detection of Breast Cancer Guide. Gain valuable information and tools to help detect breast cancer early, potentially saving lives.