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CT scans cut lung cancer deaths

A presentation at the World Conference on Lung Cancer

Key clinical point: CT screening among high-risk patients significantly reduces lung cancer mortality.

Major finding: CT screening in high-risk patients reduced lung cancer deaths by 26% in men, 39%-61% in women.

Study details: A population-based controlled trial of 15,792 individuals.

Disclosures: Dr. de Koning reported having no disclosures.

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Citation:

A presentation at the World Conference on Lung Cancer