Lung Cancer Screening

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, recommends yearly low-dose CT screening for those at high risk for lung cancer.
Evidence suggests an annual screening program starting at age 55 years and ending at age 80 years (among current or former smokers with a 30 pack-year smoking history and less than15 years since quitting) results in approximately 50% of lung cancer cases detected at an early stage.   This is estimated to translate into a 14 percent reduction in lung cancer mortality.
Our low dose screening program is designed to try to catch the lung cancer at an earlier, more treatable stage, thereby saving lives.
Patients who would like to be considered for low-dose CT lung cancer screening can contact Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg at 540-741-7644 or toll free 866-828-7226 (866-VCT-SCAN).

Prescription

Your physician will prescribe a Lung Cancer Screening or call MIF to inquire.

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