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Challenges Continue With Lung Cancer Screening

Caroline Seymour
Published: Wednesday, Mar 28, 2018

M. Patricia Rivera, MD

M. Patricia Rivera, MD
Screening with low-dose CT has been shown to reduce mortality from lung cancer, but increased awareness of the benefits of screening and more clarity as to which individuals should be considered for it will prompt more widespread use in clinical practice, says M. Patricia Rivera, MD.

 
“If lung cancer screening is implemented correctly, it is my opinion that screening is the one intervention that is likely to have the most significant impact in lung cancer mortality, aside from surgery, chemotherapy, and targeted therapy,” said Rivera.

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