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Lung cancer screening and the World Trade Center Health Program
  • Published Date:
    1/26/15
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  • Corporate Authors:
    National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. World Trade Center Health Program.
  • Series:
    9.11 WTC Health Program
  • Description:
    Is lung cancer screening available through the World Trade Center (WTC) Health Program? -- What is lung cancer screening? -- Who is eligible to receive lung cancer screening through the WTC Health Program? -- When should screening stop? -- What are the risks and benefits of lung cancer screening? -- What if you qualify for LDCT screening, but have already received a chest CT scan? -- Are there any other proven methods for lung cancer screening? -- What happens if I get a “suspicious” result from an LDCT scan? -- What happens if I get a negative result from an LDCT scan? -- What lung cancer screening guidelines does the WTC Health Program use to ensure appropriate screening is conducted for lung cancer? -- Can the WTC Health Program help me quit smoking?

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