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Screening for All: Addressing Disparities in Lung Cancer Screening in Rural Areas and Developing Countries

Lung cancer is the most commonly diagnosed type of cancer and a leading cause of death worldwide. There is a rising trend of lung cancer cases, especially among women, and it is a major concern. Smoking is the major risk factor of lung cancer, accounting for about 85% of all cases in current or former …

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The Importance of Life Expectancy in Lung Cancer Screening

Lung cancer is a serious problem, and early detection through screening is crucial in saving lives. However, the traditional method of selecting smokers for screening, which is based on high risk, prioritize older smokers with shorter life expectancies and more health problems. A new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine has explored a …

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Breaking the Disparities: Addressing Underrepresentation in Lung Cancer Screening

Lung cancer is a serious illness that affects many people worldwide. Unfortunately, lung cancer is often not diagnosed until it is too late, which means that many people do not have a good chance of getting better. This is a major concern, and it’s why we need to find better ways to catch lung cancer …

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Rethinking Lung Cancer Screening: Targeting High-Risk Groups

Rethinking Lung Cancer Screening: Targeting High-Risk Groups Lung cancer is a serious illness that affects a lot of people worldwide. Unfortunately, lung cancer is still diagnosed too late, when most people don’t have a very good chance of getting better. This is really concerning, and it means we need to find better ways of catching …

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