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Former long-term smoker shares her lung cancer screening journey – part II

Last week I introduced you to my colleague Sara Wykes. Sara, a smoker for 30 years, has taken the first step toward finding out what damage all those of years of smoking may have done to her lungs. In this second part of a three-part series, Sara takes us through the CT lung-cancer screening process.

Previously: Former long-term smoker shares her lung cancer screening journey - part I, Stanford lung cancer experts address new screening guidelines, Lung cancer can affect anyone, but not everyone is listening and Lung cancer rates declining in the U.S.

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