Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in both men and women in the U.S.

According to the American Lung Association, at least 8.6 million Americans are at high-risk for developing lung cancer and are recommended to receive an annual screening with low-dose CT scans. Screening individuals at high risk can dramatically improve lung cancer survival rates by finding the disease at an earlier stage when it can be more successfully treated.

Downloadable Guide

In our free Guide to Understanding Lung Cancer, you will find helpful information, including the following: overview of lung cancer, symptoms and risk factors, and details about treatment options by our team of oncologists.

Lung Cancer Patient Preventative Guide

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Should you be screened?

You should be screened for lung cancer if you meet these conditions:

  • Are between 55 and 77 years old
  • Have no symptoms of lung cancer
  • Have a smoking history of more than one pack per day for over 30 years
  • Currently smoke or quit less than 15 years ago

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