simple steps
to get a
lung cancer screening

1 Determine whether you have a high risk of developing lung cancer

Answer these 3 questions:

  • Are you between the age of 55 to 80?
  • Are you a current smoker or have you quit within the last 15 years?
  • Do you have a cigarette smoking history of at least 30 pack-years*?

*30 pack-years is the equivalent of a pack a day for 30 years, or 2 packs a day for 15 years, or 1.5 packs a day for 20 years, etc.

If you answered “yes” to all 3 questions, you might benefit from a lung cancer screening.

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2 Talk to your doctor or health care professional

While lung cancer screening can be a life-saving procedure, it also presents potential risks. That’s why it’s important that you discuss the potential benefits and risks with a medical professional. Shared decision-making ensures that a screening recommendation is based on your values and preferences.

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3 Schedule your screening

If you wish to proceed, your doctor will refer you to a screening facility. We can also help you determine if one of our nationally recognized facilities is convenient to you.

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