Delays in Recommended Follow-up after Positive Findings in Lung Cancer Screening

This study found that nearly half of patients who were initially diagnosed with lung cancer had delays in their follow-up, and that delay was associated with worse clinical staging. This is important for targeted interventions to ensure timely follow up for newly diagnosed lung cancer patients. Senior author Matthew Triplette was jointly funded by the ALA/ATS/Chest Foundation Respiratory Health Equity Research Award.

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