Lung Cancer Early Detection Study
Are you a smoker or know someone who smokes? If you are 50 or older and smoke, you are at a greater risk for developing lung cancer. The free screening provided in this study can lead to early detection and allow you to seek treatment sooner, which may lead to better outcomes. A yearly low-dose CT (LDCT) screening can find lung cancer early, when it is curable. This test has been proven to save many lives. Join us in the fight to end lung cancer, in your lifetime and for future generations!
Who should get screened: Current and former smokers who are 50 years and older who have smoked an equivalent of one pack of cigarettes a day for at least 20 years and/or have additional risk factors such as family history of lung cancer or COPD.
What is involved if I participate?
- Free annual low-dose CT scans for three years
- A short questionnaire
- Samples of blood (~2 tablespoons)
- A gift card for your participation!
Please call (213) 304-3044 or email firstname.lastname@example.org