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Eva-Marie gets screened every year

Eva-Marie smoked for over 15 years. Seeing lung cancer take both her mother and uncle motivated her to quit and get the low-dose CT scan every year. “It’s like getting a mammogram. It’s that important to me. The more you know, the easier it is to take care of it.”

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Screening success stories

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    Doug F.

    It all began in 2012 when my brother went into the Texas Heart Institute in Houston for the repair of a mitral valve...

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    Barbara A.

    My mother never smoked but was diagnosed with lung cancer at 76, and died of the disease at age 80. They didn't have CT...

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    Shannon W.

    My story is a little different. I am 46 years old and smoked for about 20 years having quit in 2009. I work at an imaging...

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    Paul M.

    I am 78 years old and I was a smoker for about 40+ years. I quit smoking 21 years ago. I have routine CT scans and a...

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    Denise H.

    July 2016 I got a low-dose CT scan as a long time smoker when I found out it was available through my health insurance at...

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    David G.

    In the summer of 2013, after a courageous three-year struggle, I lost my younger sister to lung cancer. She was a...

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