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

My colleague Sara Wykes, a smoker for 30 years, recently took the first step toward finding out what damage those decades of smoking may have done to her lungs. In the conclusion to this three-part series, Sara finds out results of her CT lung-cancer screening.

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

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