Cancer can mean different things to different people. For some with strong family histories, they take decisive action to prevent cancer. For others with genetic mutations, they must be continually monitored because they are at high risk. Part of the reason that the cancer community is so tight-knit is that we share the grind of doctor’s appointments and trips to the lab and the knowledge that we are all under “surveillance.” But what do all those tests actually tell our oncologist? This session discussed what all those screenings are for and featured the experts who go through it every day - patients like you.