Risk for incident lung cancer increased for current smokers and former smokers not recommended for annual low-dose CT screening

Only 29 percent of Americans know that lung cancer is the No. 1 cancer killer

Expanding lung cancer screening criteria is step toward greater equity for high-risk populations

Patients with more severe findings less likely to have prolonged delays; current smokers had more delays than former smokers

Screening assay based on nine lipids commonly dysregulated in early-stage lung cancer

Promoting low-dose CT screening among mostly nonsmoking women increased detection of early-stage, but not late-stage, lung cancers

Promoting low-dose CT screening among mostly nonsmoking women increased detection of early-stage, but not late-stage, lung cancers

Blood test based on four-marker protein panel combined with risk prediction model may improve assessment of risk for lung cancer

Compared with 2013 USPSTF criteria, more patients eligible for lung cancer screening with less racial disparity in access

Predictive models based on comparison of serum metabolomic patterns for patients at time of lung cancer diagnosis and matched controls