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James R. Jett, MD, on Screening With Early CDT and CT

2015 IASLC World Conference on Lung Cancer

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James R. Jett, MD, of National Jewish Health, discusses his study of the early CDT-Lung biomarker. His hypothesis: When used in combination with low-dose CT in screening of a high-risk population, this biomarker would increase the detection of early-stage lung cancer (Abstract MINI 12.11).



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