One of the greatest tools we have in fighting cancer is understanding your risks and taking steps to reduce your risk of developing cancer. The Hollings Cancer Center has a variety of educational events and screening programs designed to equip you with the knowledge and tools to understand and minimize your risk.
Although many factors may increase your risk for developing cancer, you can reduce your risk by making healthy lifestyle choices:
The Hollings Cancer Center Mobile Health Unit has supported our community with cancer screenings, preventive health education, and wellness counseling since 1998. The unit works to reach adults living in target areas of South Carolina who have difficulties accessing health care and who are at risk of developing cancer.
Current screening services include:
Talbot Pancreatic Cancer Event | November 8, 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Join us as we honor our loved ones and learn about the latest in research and treatment for pancreatic cancer. The reception will be held in the Carolyn E. Reed Pavilion at the Hollings Cancer Center. Please RSVP at HCCevents@musc.edu.
Shine a Light on Lung Cancer | November 9, 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Join us in the Carolyn E. Reed Pavilion at the Hollings Cancer Center to learn about the latest advancements for lung cancer. Support and honor patients and survivors while connecting with the community through inspiring stories. Please RSVP at HCCevents@musc.edu.
Linda Floyd Forum on Women's Cancers | TBA
The Linda Floyd Forum on Women’s Cancers was established as an annual event focused on empowering and informing women with the latest information in screening, prevention and treatment methods. Each year, attendees are offered a special occasion to share, learn and engage with experts from the Hollings Cancer Center. This years event will be held at Founders Hall.