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When Lloyd started coughing up specks of blood, he knew it was time to visit his doctor. After multiple tests, a spot was found on his bronchial tube. Read his story.
A simple, safe screening and education for long-term, heavy smokers aged 55 to 77. A patient must also be asymptomatic (no signs or symptoms of lung cancer; have a tobacco smoking history of at least 30 pack-years (one pack-year = smoking one pack per day for one year; one pack = 20 cigarettes); and be a current smoker or one who has quit smoking in the last 15 years.
Talk with your primary care provider today to see if you qualify.