11/27/2010 // US // Get Cancer Answers // News Desk
U.S. – The President & CEO of the Lung Cancer Alliance, Laurie Fenton-Ambrose, recently spoke about guidance for individuals who may be at high risk for lung cancer and considering CT screening. As reported by Medicine News Today, Fenton-Ambrose called for a public discussion about basic guidance for at risk individuals.
Fenton-Ambrose is quoted in the report as stating, “Screening for lung cancer is not a simple one step procedure. It is a process, and a complex one that requires training and experienced professionals using up-to-date, specialized equipment and best management practices.”
She is further quoted as stating, “It is extraordinary to now consider evolving similar strategies and benefits for those at high risk for lung cancer. In the days ahead LCA will be working with leading medical and public health policy experts to develop national standards and guidelines.”
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