Oncologists Play Many Roles in Lung Cancer Screening Programs

Will Pass, DVM
Published: Friday, May 03, 2019
Gaetane C. Michaud, MD

Gaetane C. Michaud, MD

The role of the oncologist is essential to the design, operation, development and associate research of lung cancer screening (LCS) programs. The creation of the new implementation guide published by the American Lung Association and the American Thoracic Society1 also featured an integral role for oncologists. As with real-world implementation, oncologists' roles in creating the guideline varied by program structure and governance, with differences typically stemming from preexisting institutional characteristics. 
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