Danh Pham, MD: Lung Cancer Screening Rates Still Too Low

2018 ASCO Annual Meeting

Danh Pham, MD, of the James Graham Brown Cancer Center, University of Louisville, discusses his findings using a registry on the low rates of screening with low-dose computed tomography, despite its potential to prevent thousands of lung cancer deaths each year (Abstract 6504).



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