Lung Cancer is a leading killer. Early detection could save your life.
Are you a smoker or ex-smoker between the ages of 55-74?
If so, you are at increased risk for lung cancer. You may be eligible to join a clinical study for early screening to help improve lung cancer survival. If you qualify, you will receive a series of tests and annual screenings for five years.
To learn more, contact the Nashville Lung Cancer Screening Trial at 615-322-4100, or visit www.vicc.org/lungscreening*.
The Nashville Lung Cancer Screening Trial is part of a nationwide study conducted in partnership with Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center and Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Centers.
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Last updated May 5, 2013