Screen More People For Lung Cancer To Save Lives– Important New Guidelines

Updated July 9th, 2020

Screen More People For Lung Cancer To Save Lives– Important New Guidelines

Proposed new guidelines from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force would make more people eligible for lung cancer screenings and perhaps close the gap on racial and gender disparities in the disease

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