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Lung Cancer Screening

Early Detection Can Save Your Life.

If you are at high risk for lung cancer, we care about your health. We are here to provide a low-dose CT screening because early stage lung cancer often has no symptoms and early detection saves lives. Talk to your doctor about a Low-Dose CT scan.

Are you Eligible for a Screening?

You are eligible for a screening if you are at “high risk”. Federal guidelines recommend you be screened with low-dose CT scan if you are:

  • Age 55 through 80 (age 55 through 77 for Medicare)
  • Have no signs or symptoms of lung cancer
  • Smoked at least a pack of cigarettes daily for 30 years
  • Are a current smoker or quit within the past 15 years

Did You Know?

Almost a quarter million Americans are diagnosed each year with lung cancer, the most common cancer in both men and women.

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Don't wait another day to receive the quality cancer care you deserve.

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