U of M study finds chest X-rays not a good way to screen for lung cancer

The university found lung cancer deaths were about the same among those who had annual chest X-rays and those who did not. The finding will shift the focus to whether CT scans are a better method of early detection.
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The university found lung cancer deaths were about the same among those who had annual chest X-rays and those who did not. The finding will shift the focus to whether CT scans are a better method of early detection.

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