CT (computed tomography) scan could improve lung cancer prognosis
This article was originally published in Clinica
Routine CT scans of patients at high risk of lung cancer could increase survival rates from the usually fatal disease to around 80%, according to an analysis of data from 1,000 smokers in a US/Canadian study.
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