If you smoked, this new lung cancer screening could save your life. Take the quiz to see if you should get screened.

Why get screened?

Lung cancer is the #1 cancer killer of men and women. Approximately 9 million people in the U.S. are at high-risk for lung cancer and should talk to their doctor about getting screened. Lung cancer screening, a low-dose CT scan, saves lives; screening is key to early detection—when lung cancer is diagnosed at an early stage it is more likely to be curable. In fact, survival rates are five times higher when lung cancer is detected early, but most cases are not diagnosed until later stages. Take the lung cancer screening eligibility quiz to see if you are at risk.

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