Explore the latest in cancer screening, prevention, and control from The JAMA Network, including recent screening guidelines and public health interventions.
This case-control study analyzes the contributions of known risk factors and polymorphisms to the development of nonmelanoma skin cancer.
In this Viewpoint, 2017 Lasker-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award winners Douglas Lowy and John Schiller discuss the development of the virus-like particle technology that was used to create the human papillomavirus vaccine to prevent cervical cancer and other diseases.
This cluster randomized trial compares the effect on successful colorectal cancer (CRC) screening of 2 physician notification types (patient-specific vs regional nonresponse to a CRC screening invitation) vs no notification.
This randomized clinical trial conducted in an urban safety-net health system compares the effectiveness of fecal immunochemical test outreach and colonoscopy outreach to increase completion of the screening process (screening initiation and follow-up) within 3 years.
This survey study examines how women in the general US population perceive the benefits and harms of mammography screening.
This study examines whether low-dose computed tomography screening for lung cancer increased following the United States Preventive Services Task Force recommendations.
This study examines the effectiveness of interactive telephone calls vs automated short message service on improving adherence to fecal immunochemical test screening compared with usual care.
This population-based, case-control, cohort study uses data from the Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium to assess risk factors associated with breast cancer in premenopausal and postmenopausal women.
This population-based study evaluates the risk of cancer in families who are positive for Amsterdam criteria for Lynch syndrome.
This cohort study evaluates baseline surveillance methods for cancer detection in patients with Li-Fraumeni syndrome.
This meta-analysis assesses the clinical utility of whole-body magnetic resonance imaging in 13 cohorts of germline TP53 mutation carriers.
This analysis of a series of interviews seeks to better understand patient perceptions of primary care–based skin cancer screening.
This study assesses the association of skin cancer training and screening by primary care practitioners with dermatology referral patterns and rates of skin biopsies.