Cancer Detection: Monitoring Your Weight

Monitoring your body regularly can help spot cancer early and save your life

Knowing the signs & symptoms is half the battle! It is important that you monitor your body to detect any red flags for early cancer detection.

Frequency:

Weigh yourself once a week. If unexpected weight loss occurs, then check your weight twice per week.

Preparation:

Examination:

  • Weigh yourself at the same time of day, wearing similar clothing and preferably using the same scale.
  • Record the date and your weight.

Download the Baseline Body Comparison Chart to keep track of skin and weight changes. Be sure to keep it handy for any discussions with your medical team!

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Notice Something? Here’s What To Do Next:

  • If you notice an unexplained increase or decrease in weight (10 pounds or 5 kilograms) over a two-month period, consider it a “red flag”. It does not mean you have cancer. However, consult your medical team for a professional evaluation.

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Download the guides below to develop your spot & survive habit

Increase the chances of successful treatment when you spot cancer early! Download the Weight Monitoring Guide and start monitoring your weight today!

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Download the Complete Body Monitoring Guide to learn how to monitor your entire body for changes that might be symptomatic of cancer.

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Regular monitoring and testing is a life-saving habit. Save a Body Monitoring and Screening & Testing schedule to your Google Calendar or iCalendar to stay on track!

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