Lung Cancer Screening

If you’ve smoked for a long time, you should consider getting screened for lung cancer, which is done using a low-dose CT scan.

We recommend screening if you:

  • are between the ages of 55 and 74
  • smoked at least one pack of cigarettes a day for 30 years

Research shows that screening with low-dose CT scans can reduce the risk of death from lung cancer for people at high risk of getting the disease. These scans have about five times less radiation than conventional CT scans.

We also offer an online tool that can help you better understand your risk as well as screening services for those who are at high risk. Learn more about our screening decision tool.

Lung cancer screening is not a substitute for quitting smoking. We know it’s tough. But if you’re a smoker and you’re thinking about getting screened for lung cancer, we urge you to give our tobacco treatment program a call.