If You’ve Been a Smoker, You Need to Get Screened for Lung Cancer: New Research Says This Specific Screening Test Could Save Your Life

Published Jul 10, 2019

If You’ve Been a Smoker, You Need to Get Screened for Lung Cancer: New Research Says This Specific Screening Test Could Save Your Life

Fresh evidence from a major long-term study shows that low-dose CT scans are an extremely effective way to catch lung cancer in people who have smoked and might not have symptoms before it's too late.

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