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A lung cancer screening could save your life.

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death among men and women, accounting for almost 25% of cancer deaths. Now there’s a screening to help detect lung cancer at an early stage, when it’s most treatable. Called a low-dose CT scan, this form of screening can reduce the risk of dying of lung cancer by 20%.

Physical Therapist with a male patient running on a treadmill as part of the lung cancer screening.

What is lung cancer?

Lung cancer is a condition where cells in the lungs begin to change and grow out of control. There are two types of lung cancer: small cell and non-small cell. Although cancer begins in the lungs, it can spread to other parts of the body. In many cases, lung cancer has no symptoms until it is in the later stages, when it is difficult to treat.

Nurse Navigators

Delaware nurse navigators can help you get screened for cancer.

Whether you have insurance or not, Delaware nurse navigators can help you get screened for cancer and provide follow-up help when you get your results. Choose from the list below to call a nurse navigator directly, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., or click the call request button to have a nurse navigator contact you.

A Nurse Navigator on the phone supporting a patient
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