Lung Cancer Screening

Every 3.4 minutes, someone dies from lung cancer— the nation’s #1 cancer killer of men and women. Lung cancer screening, a low-dose CT scan, saves lives; screening is key to early detection – when more treatment options are available and the chances of survival are higher. Approximately 8 million people are at risk for lung cancer but if only half of the nation were screened, more than 24,000 lives could be saved. The new PSAs from the American Lung Association urge former smokers to visit or speak with their doctor about getting screened. Help people get “Saved By The Scan” by running this new PSA.

Sponsor: American Lung Association

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