Samaritan Offers Yearly Lung Cancer Screening


Story Updated: Mar 6, 2013

If you're a long-time smoker -- or a long-time smoker who has since quit -- early lung cancer detection could save your life.

Samaritan Medical Center radiation oncologist Dr. Dan DeBlasio and RN Bonnie Trudeau say the hospital is offering lung cancer screening for at-risk patients.
It's a yearly low-dose CT scan that should catch any cancer early enough so that it's easily treatable.
Click on the picture above for details.
Call 315-782-7001 for more information.

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