Are E-Cigarettes Dangerous? The FDA Continues to Crack Down

They plan on banning sales of flavored e-cigarettes from stores around the country.

NOW
PLAYING
Could Too Many Antioxidants Help Lung Cancer Spread?
NOW
PLAYING
Coffee & Lung Cancer? A New Respectable Study Finds Some Association, But Don't Stop the Starbucks Just Yet
NOW
PLAYING
California Woman Awarded $29 Million In Case Against Johnson & Johnson: The Link Between Talc Based Cosmetic Products And Mesothelioma
NOW
PLAYING
I Don't Make People Feel Bad About Smoking: A Thoracic Surgeon's Perspective
NOW
PLAYING
Asbestos is a Carcinogen, So Why is the EPA Proposing its Comeback?
NOW
PLAYING
Quitting Smoking Can Significantly Reduce Your Risk of Lung Cancer

Prevention & Screening: Screening Saves Lives

SEE MORE   

  • People who are at high risk for lung cancer because of their smoking history should be screened annually with a low-dose CT scan.
  • This screening should begin at age 50 regardless of whether the person has symptoms.
  • High risk includes people with a 20 pack-year smoking history who currently smoke or have quit within the past 15 years.

Prevention & Screening: Screening Saves Lives

  • People who are at high risk for lung cancer because of their smoking history should be screened annually with a low-dose CT scan.
  • This screening should begin at age 50 regardless of whether the person has symptoms.
  • High risk includes people with a 20 pack-year smoking history who currently smoke or have quit within the past 15 years.
×

Introducing, the Journey Bar

Use this bar to access information about the steps in your cancer journey.