Lung cancer is the third most common cancer – and the deadliest.
By the time you notice a persistent cough, wheezing, chest pain or unexplained weight loss, it might be too late.
If you’re between ages 50 and 77, have a smoking history of 20 pack years, and either currently smoke or quit in the last 15 years, you should consider a screening.
Additionally, if you’ve had long-term exposure to radon, asbestos, arsenic, diesel exhaust or other chemicals, you may also be at risk for developing lung cancer.
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