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Cancer Screening & Risk Reduction
Reduce Your Risk Through Diet & Lifestyle
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Environmental factors play a role in cancer prevention. The right diet and lifestyle choices, paired with regular screenings, can reduce your risk.

The Anti-Cancer Diet

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Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk

Cancer Videos
Cancer can affect women of all ages. Watch our videos to learn more about breast and gynecologic cancers, screening guidelines, the role of genetics, environmental factors, and prevention tips.

► Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening

► Hereditary Cancer: What To Know

► RX For Health Living

Breast Cancer Screening 
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Breast cancer is almost always beatable when detected early. Here you can schedule a screening and learn how to reduce your risk.

Schedule your mammogram now
503-413-7800 (Oregon) 
360-487-1800 (Washington)
Genetic Counseling & Testing

Should you be tested? The answer isn’t always yes. Only 5-10% of cancer is hereditary. Talk with a genetic counselor to find out if testing is a good choice for you. Our award-winning program provides counseling and information about the inherited risks of cancer and genetic mutations.

Questions or appointments:
503-413-6534 or 1-800-220-4937

High Risk Cancer Clinic
Women stand together to fight cancer

Our clinic specializes in preventative care and early detection for individuals who have a high risk of developing specific cancers. At the High Risk clinic you will receive thorough evaluation and a personalized plan based on your care needs.

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