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Early detection saves livesWhy lung cancer screening matters

Consider screening

You know regular breast, prostate, or colorectal screenings are important to make sure you're healthy - so are lung cancer screenings!

Good news

Quitting smoking at any age can lower your risk of lung cancer, and regular lung cancer screening can catch lung cancer in the earliest, treatable stages. It saves lives.

Is lung cancer screening right for you?

You may be eligible for lung cancer screening if...
You are 50 years of age or older
You currently smoke or have quit smoking within the last 15 years

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Last updated 9/6/2023 2:42 PM
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