Griffin Health Offers Low-Dose CT Lung Cancer Screening Program

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Griffin Hospital offers a low-dose CT lung cancer screening to those who may be at risk for lung cancer.

Joining us today is Dr. Richard Salzano, Board-Certified Cardio thoracic surgeon, Chair of Surgery at Griffin Hospital, and Co-Founder of the Lung Cancer Screening Program at Griffin and Dian Ostuno, a Previous Lung Cancer Patient.

The following are covered in this segment:
Why did Griffin start this program?
Who qualifies for this program?
What is the process for being screened?
How do I see if I qualify for the program?

CT Low Dose Lung Cancer Screening Program is a comprehensive, multidisciplinary effort was intended to bend the curve in lung cancer early diagnosis, and subsequently, survival rates.

The screening can help detect lung cancer early.

Because of this screening program Ostuno is now 4 years strong being lung cancer free. The screening can help detect lung cancer early, which then increase survival rates among smokers by as much as 20%.

To learn more visit, GriffinHealth.org/Lung or call 203.732.1476.

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