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December 08, 2014
The National Lung Screening Trial, published in 2011, demonstrated that annual screening with low-dose computed tomography reduced lung cancer mortality by 20% among people aged 55-74 years. This data applied to people who had a smoking history of at least 30 pack-years and either continued to smoke or had quit within the last 15 years. This study examined the cost-effectiveness of this program.
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