Details for CNPA Ad Services-ADVENTIST HEALTH ST HELENA - Ad from 2019-12-04

Lung cancer screening inspired by your pick-up game A reduced dose CT scan is the most effective way to detect early stage lung cancer. If you smoke or have smoked in your past, a reduced dose CT screening can help you detect early stages of lung cancer. Early CT screenings have proven to increase survival rates by as much as 20 percent as compared to traditional chest x-rays.* This simple screening could be the first step to ensuring you are around to enjoy every moment with those you love. Together inspired™ Are you a lung cancer screening candidate? Yearly lung cancer screening with low-dose CT technology is recommended for people who: Learn more and find out if you qualify for screening. 707-963-6322 CT screening is offered in St. Helena and Clearlake and is covered by most health insurance plans. Have a history of heavy smoking and Smoke now or have quit within the past 15 years and Are between 55 and 80 years old * National Lung Screening Trial Research Team (2011). New England Journal of Medicine. Reduced Lung-Cancer Mortality with Low-Dose Computed Tomographic Screening, Volume 365 (No. 5), 395-409.

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