Abnormal lung CT findings may prompt smokers to quit

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Smoking and lung cancer

Computed tomography (CT) screening can be useful in detecting lung cancer in its earliest stages. According to Pitt research led by Mindi Styn, Ph.D., G.S.R., CT screening also may be a handy tool in getting smokers to attempt to quit. Data from Dr. Styn

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