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Asking These Questions About Your Cancer Risks Could Help Save Your Life

Prevention Logo By Emilia Benton of Prevention | Slide 1 of 16: Going to the doctor is nerve-wrecking as it is, and when the average doctor's visit takes about 20 minutes, your questions about your cancer risk factors might take a backseat to other immediate health concerns. Moreover, you may feel confused about what questions to prioritize. To help you figure out what questions you should bring up at your next checkup, we asked doctors about what are the best things to ask that'll inform you about your individual cancer risk. By having this information, you can breathe a little easier knowing what are next steps for you.

Going to the doctor is nerve-wrecking as it is, and when the average doctor's visit takes about 20 minutes, your questions about your cancer risk factors might take a backseat to other immediate health concerns. Moreover, you may feel confused about what questions to prioritize. To help you figure out what questions you should bring up at your next checkup, we asked doctors about what are the best things to ask that'll inform you about your individual cancer risk. By having this information, you can breathe a little easier knowing what are next steps for you.

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