Saddle Up & Get Screened!

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in Wyoming. It’s simple: cancer screening is cancer prevention.

You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make them get screened for cancer. Wyoming’s cancer rates are among the worst in the country. Early detection saves lives, and getting screened can prevent or improve outcomes for cancers when caught early.

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Cancer screening is cancer prevention.

Don’t be all hat and no health. Catch cancer before symptoms even begin by getting regular screenings.

Screenings help detect cancers at an early stage, significantly improving survival. Be your own advocate for your health and ask your healthcare provider if you are due for any cancer screenings.

It only takes a minute to ask and could add years to your life. Wyomingites can get cancer screenings at no charge with or without insurance with the resources provided on this page.

Don’t let the sun go down on the things you should’ve done. Schedule that appointment! Learn about cancer screenings and find local Wyoming resources all in one place.

Breast Cancer

Put your wildest fears aside and get screened.

If you’re 45 or older, you should be getting regular screenings for breast cancer.

Female breast cancer is one of the most common cancer types in Wyoming. Early detection improves localized breast cancer survival by 98.3% and regional breast cancer by 83.1%.

Wherever the trail takes you, make sure you get screened for breast cancer along the way. Both men and women are susceptible to breast cancer. If you’re 45 or older, it’s time to saddle up and get screened.

Cervical Cancer

Fight back with a pap!

If you’re 21 or older, it’s time to start getting regular screenings for cervical cancer.

Boots, class, and a little sass are all it takes to get screened. Signs and symptoms of cervical cancer can be hard to identify, and you shouldn’t have to suffer through them. Pap tests screen for cervical cancer and help detect it early, significantly improving outcomes. Regular cervical cancer screenings can help detect irregularities and lead to better outcomes.

The HPV vaccine also helps fight against infections and cervical precancers linked to cervical cancer. Children and young adults ages 11-26 can get the two dose HPV vaccine to help prevent cancer causing infections.

You’re tougher than nails, but cancer doesn’t care. Get screened today!

Colorectal Cancer

It takes guts to get screened.

Get screened for colorectal cancer.

Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of death for men and women combined. Catching colorectal cancer at an early stage can greatly improve outcomes and survival. In fact, early detection of localized colorectal cancer improves survival by 87.3%.

Ride ahead of the herd and get checked for colorectal cancer.

Healthcare Providers

Don’t let our Wyoming wranglers go without a cancer screening.

This isn’t your first rodeo, but it may be your patient’s.

Most patients don’t know to ask or don’t know they are due for a cancer screening. In fact, patients say they are most likely to get screened if they hear a strong recommendation from their doctor.

Don’t miss a chance to save someone’s life. It only takes one question to add years to your patients’ lives. Ask about screenings: every patient, every time.

Find breast, cervical, colorectal, and other cancer resources for our Wyoming locals.