Lung Cancer Screening Adherence After Baseline Screening Is Lower Than Reported

Patients who undergo baseline lung cancer screening are less likely to adhere to screening recommendations compared with the screening rates of patients who participate in randomized clinical trials, according to a meta-analysis now published in JAMA Network Open. Undergoing regular cancer screening has been shown to reduce the risk of cancer mortality. Data from the 2018 National Health Interview Survey found that approximately 70% of eligible women underwent breast cancer screening within the ...
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