Story by: Rebecca Hall on March 20, 2019
If you’re eligible to receive a lung cancer screening using a low-dose computed tomography (CT) scan, you may have some anxiety about your results. Knowing what to expect from your CT lung cancer screening and follow-up will help you feel prepared and may help ease your worries. Here are 3 things to know about your CT scan and follow-up:
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The overall goals of the screening program are to identify early-stage lung cancer so that it can be treated more successfully.
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