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(International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer) Evidence proves that screening saves lives, with screening for breast, colon, prostate and cervical cancers, for example, being accepted in many parts of the world as a routine part of medical care. While generally caught in the later stages, lung cancer survival curves show that the has much better outcomes when it is caught early, so developing a lung cancer screening protocol could lead to dramatic improvements in patient care and ultimately reductions in mortality.
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