Many adults know the importance of regular mammograms, cancer screenings and other preventive measures intended to fend off chronic illness. But as people get older, it can be easy for these regular appointments to slip through the cracks. Whether due to a physical limitation such as lack of access to a screening service or merely the belief that such measures aren’t as important for seniors, older adults can, in many cases, let their preventive screenings lapse. New research, however, has determined that regular cancer screenings for seniors could provide significant medical benefits.
Benefits of extended screenings
According to MedicineNet.com, the standard recommendation …read more