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Becky R., IN

I smoked for more than 30 years. I quit eight years ago. I read an article on my tablet about the CT scan. I asked my doctor about it and I had it done in January.

They found a spot in the left lower lobe. In April it was still there. They did the biopsy and it came back cancer. My doctor told me he was so glad I had it done because it was in Stage 1. They took out my left lower lobe on May 10, 2018. No radiation no chemo. I'm doing great.

One thing is I did not have any symptoms of lung cancer. I know I will have the scan done every year now. I see my lung doctor tomorrow. The low-dose CT scan saved my life.

First Published: July 24, 2018

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