Lung Cancer Diagnosis & Screening

Lung cancer screenings have shown significant decrease in mortality rates for those at risk of developing lung cancer. While there is no set schedule for screenings for those at low risk of developing lung cancer, a computerized tomography (CT) screening is typically recommended fo people over 50 with a history of smoking 20 years or more, as well as for those who have been exposed to toxins or harmful radiation. Learn more about lung cancer diagnosis and screening with expert advice from Sharecare.