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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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    Jeanne B.

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    A CT scan was done of my heart and a nodule was found in each lung. Each was stage 1, not related to one another.

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    Nance K.

    I was always aware that smoking could cause lung cancer, but always you think it will not happen to you! I was part of an...

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    Carol S.

    I had a routine mammogram in August of 2016 which showed cancer. I didn't need chemo, just radiation. Once that was...

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