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.

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

Heavy Night Sweats

Indigestion and Heartburn

Chronic Fatigue Weakness

Continuous Swelling Bloating

Non-Stop Itching

Cough, Wheezing & Breathlessness

Tumors, Lumps, Masses & Bumps

Severe Headache

Unexplained Weight Changes

Unexplained Falls

Act Now!
  1. Have medical provider show you how to self monitor

  2. Record your baseline

  3. Establish a monthly date to perform a full body check up

  4. As a precaution contact your medical provider upon seeing a sign or noticing a symptom.

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Baseline Body Comparison Chart

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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!

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