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CancerIQ Blog

At CancerIQ, we're dedicated to making it easier for providers to offer cancer risk assessment to every patient that walks through the door. This starts with practical implementation methods and tools (like CancerIQ)! On our blog, we'll offer best practices and advice on how to streamline your cancer risk assessment program.

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Nov 8, 2021

3 Reasons to Launch CancerIQ This Month

Engage patients before year end with screenings and hereditary cancer risk assessments It’s finally fall — time for sweater weather, football Saturdays, and vibrant foliage. The changing season is also the perfect time for health systems to upgrade their ...

Oct 19, 2021

Making the Case for a High-Risk Breast Program

It’s an all-too-common scenario in today’s breast centers: A woman who comes in every year for her mammogram fills out an intake form to provide the health system with her family history. A few weeks later, she receives a letter in the mail saying that her ...

Oct 9, 2019

Mathew Knowles is Battling Hereditary Breast ...

Mathew Knowles - Beyonce Knowles' father - revealed on Good Morning America that he is battling breast cancer, which was caused by a pathogenic BRCA2 mutation. The news coincided with the start of breast cancer awareness month.

Feb 4, 2019

World Cancer Day: Cancer Awareness and Black ...

Black History Month is an important celebration for us here at CancerIQ, and with today marking World Cancer Day (which aims to raise awareness of cancer and encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment), we wanted to highlight an area that receives ...