Screening for Lung Cancer 

Computed tomography is the standard screening test for lung cancer. People who have smoked a pack a day for 20 years, or two packs for 10 years, should be tested.


How Is Lung Cancer Diagnosed? 

If you have symptoms of lung cancer, the results of screening or procedures may find or rule out lung cancer. You may even require additional tests.

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Lung Cancer Surgery 

Lung cancer surgery involves removing a tumor from your lung, and often part or all of your lung. Here's what you should know about surgery for lung cancer.


Treatment For Lung Cancer 

Treatment of lung cancer depends on many factors, such as the type of cancer, its location, your overall health, and whether the cancer has spread.


Caring for Someone with Lung Cancer 

If you're caring for someone with lung cancer, learn all you can. Knowledge builds confidence, but be sure to avoid information overload. Here's what you should know.


Lung Cancer Screening Saves Lives 

Most people don’t get potentially life-saving lung cancer tests, but if you smoke you may be eligible for a free screening. Here’s what you should know.