Free Breast and Cervical Cancer Screenings That Could Save Your Life

Screening means checking your body for cancer before you have symptoms.

Getting screening tests regularly may find breast, cervical, and other cancers early, when treatment is likely to work best.

MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper offers free cancer screenings to uninsured or underinsured residents of South Jersey who are not able to pay for the screenings. Physician referrals are not needed.

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JUST CALL 856.533.0640 TO SCHEDULE YOUR FREE SCREENING TODAY

Cancer May be Scary, But Cancer Screenings Are Not.

Our experienced and friendly staff is available to answer all of your questions and to let you know what to expect.

Convenient Locations

Cancer screening services are available at several locations throughout Camden County.  We’ll help you find one that’s convenient for you. 

MD Anderson Cooper is One of the Region’s Leading Cancer Centers

MD Anderson Cooper is a recognized leader in cancer treatment and prevention. We offer the most advanced diagnostic and imaging technology available and top experts in cancer care.

CALL TODAY TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY FOR A FREE BREAST, CERVICAL CANCER, OR OTHER SCREENING: 856.533.0640

Cancer Screening Recommendations 

Breast Cancer Screenings

Mammograms combined with a clinical breast exam are the best way to find breast cancer early, when it is easier to treat.

Who is eligible?

  • Women 40 and older
  • Women under 40 who have a family history or breast abnormality or concern

Cervical Cancer Screenings

A Pap test combined with a cervical exam, can find abnormal cells which may turn into cancer.  Pap tests can also catch cervical cancer early, when the chance of being cured is very high.

Who is eligible?

  • Women 21 and over

Colorectal Cancer Screenings

Colorectal cancer almost always develops from abnormal growths (polyps) in the colon or rectum. Screening tests can find polyps, so they can be removed before they turn into cancer. Screening tests also can find colorectal cancer early, when treatment works best.

Who is eligible?

  •  Men and women 50 and older
  •  Persons under 50 who have a family history

Prostate Cancer Screenings

Prostate cancer screening can catch cancer early, which gives men more options to consider for treatment.

Who is eligible?

  • African-American men, and men with a family history of colon cancer, at age 45
  • Men with no family history at age 50 and older

Lung Cancer Screenings

Research has shown that, in certain people, screening can prevent one in five deaths from lung cancer through early detection and treatment.

Who is eligible?

MD Anderson Cooper recommends lung cancer screening for people who meet the following criteria:

  • Be 55 to 74 years old
  • Be a smoker or a person who quit smoking less than 15 years ago
  • Have a heavy smoking history - one pack of cigarettes every day for 30 years, or two packs per day for 15 years