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Dr. Sandy Says: Early Detection Saves Lives

December 2, 2013 7:30am (EST)
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There’s new hope for diagnosing lung cancer early and saving lives. The US Preventive Services Task recommends low dose CT scans -- computed tomography -- to detect cancer early and increase lung cancer survival rates.

This week on Your Health Matters, learn about the low dose scan and why it's better than traditional lung cancer screening methods for detecting cancer early.

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