CT Scans of Smokers Cut Lung Cancer Deaths 20%

Low-dose helical computed tomography (CT) scans beat standard chest X-rays in reducing lung cancer deaths in smokers and past smokers, according to the initial results of a large-scale government study on lung cancer screening.

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