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Screening Checklist

Many illnesses and chronic diseases can be prevented by taking an active role in your health and keeping up with recommended screenings. Review these lists of screenings. You can even print it off and take it with you to your doctor’s appointment. Your doctor can help you create a screening plan that is right for you.

Screenings for All Ages
Screenings for Women
Screenings for Men

All Ages

You know your body best. If something doesn’t feel right, talk to your doctor.

For children, talk to your doctor about when your child should have immunizations.

Screenings for Women

These exams are for women at average risk of cancer. If you believe you may be more likely to develop cancer because of your personal or family medical history, talk to your doctor.

Ages 20 – 29

Ages 30 - 39

Ages 40-49

Ages 50-75

For women over 75, your doctor can help you decide if you should continue screenings.

Screenings for Men

These exams are for men at average risk of cancer. If you believe you may be more likely to develop cancer because of your personal or family medical history, talk to your doctor.

Ages 45-49

Ages 50-75

For men over 75, your doctor can help you decide if you should continue screenings.