Screening Q&A

Get the facts about lung cancer screening.

Low-dose CT screening (LDCT) is a test used to detect lung cancer before any symptoms appear. Under the new lung cancer screening guidelines, those ages 50-80 who have a 20 pack-year smoking history or who have quit smoking in the past 15 years should get screened for lung cancer. Under the new guidelines, more women, Black and Latino individuals are considered at high risk. 

To determine whether your insurance covers screening if you are high risk, please consult our coverage chart

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Get the facts about lung cancer screening. Read and download our screening Q&A on the new guidelines.

Take the online quiz to see if you’re eligible for a LDCT screening.

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