The Comprehensive Blood and Cancer Center (CBCC) is offering free lung cancer screenings throughout the month of November. This is in recognition of November being lung cancer awareness month.
Lung cancer is thought to be the second most common cancer in both genders. Research has shown that lung cancer kills more people than breast and prostate cancer combined.
The new lung cancer screening program at CBCC will be offered free of charge through the month of November and is recommended for high-risk groups such as those aged 55 to 75 who frequently smoke.
To find out if you are at risk or to schedule a screening, visit www.dignityhealth.org/lung. To learn more about lung cancer and screening services at CBCC visit http://www.cbccusa.com/services/cancer-screenings.