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NELSON study shows CT screening for nodule volume management reduces lung cancer mortality by 26% in men

11:51 EDT 25 Sep 2018 | ecancermedicalscience

Findings from a recent study demonstrate that the use of computed tomography (CT) screening among asymptomatic men at high risk for lung cancer led to a 26 percent (9-41%, 95% CI) reduction in lung cancer deaths at 10 years of study follow-up (at 86%...

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