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Cancer Prevention

ACPM proudly supports National Cancer Prevention Month, observed each year in February. We encourage physicians and other health professionals to utilize the below cancer prevention resources developed by ACPM, our partners, and other organizations committed to health promotion and disease prevention. And be sure to use the #cancerprevention tag for social media activity.

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Choosing Wisely® Handouts


Prostate Cancer Screening Decision Aids

ACPM has received funding from the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion to develop materials that will promote and enhance informed decision making for men considering prostate cancer screening decisions in consultation with their providers.

Lifestyle Medicine Core Competencies Program

This online education program provides a comprehensive introduction to lifestyle medicine, the evidence-based therapeutic approach to prevent, treat and reverse lifestyle-related chronic diseases. Featured are comprehensive lifestyle interventions—involving nutrition, physical activity, stress management, sleep, social support and environmental exposures—which address underlying disease risks, thereby decreasing illness burden and improving clinical outcomes within value-based medicine. Lifestyle medicine should be seen as a core competency for preventive and primary care medicine.

American Institute for Cancer Research

Cancer Prevention: Together we can

Every year the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) leads the CANCER PREVENTION: TOGETHER WE CAN campaign, dedicated to promoting evidence-based, user-friendly and interactive tools that educate and empower professionals and patients. ACPM supports AICR's campaign and their vision to live in a world where no one develops a preventable cancer.

CDC Division of Cancer Prevention and Control

You don't have to be a pro to learn about cancer prevention

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program is helping states, territories, and tribal areas in the United States keep their residents over 50—and everyone else, too—up-to-date about ways to help prevent liver cancer.

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