Lung Cancer Screening
The Curtis and Elizabeth Anderson Cancer Institute at Memorial University Medical Center provides low-dose CT scans to screen for lung cancer. The scans can detect lung cancer in its earliest stages, when the chance of curing it is highest. Low-dose CT scans are available without a physician’s referral for people who meet the following criteria:
- Age 55-74 years old
- A history of smoking a pack of cigarettes or more per day for at least 30 years
- If you're an ex-smoker, you've quit within the past 15 years
- Age 50 or older
- A history of smoking a pack of cigarettes or more per day for at least 20 years
- One additional risk factor, including COPD or pulmonary fibrosis; radon exposure; occupational exposure to asbestos, silica, cadmium, arsenic, beryllium, chromium, diesel fumes, or nickel; personal history of cancer; or a family history of cancer
To schedule a lung-cancer screening, call 912-350-LUNG (5864) or complete the form below.
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