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Christine D. Berg, MD, on Screening for Lung Cancer in Those at High Risk

2015 IASLC World Conference on Lung Cancer

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Christine D. Berg, MD, of Johns Hopkins Medicine, discusses how increased insurance coverage should dramatically increase lung cancer screening. If done correctly—which will be a challenge—screening will help improve the prognosis of patients with lung cancer (Abstract PLEN 01.01).



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