Annual lung cancer screening is recommended for adults between the ages of 55 and 77 - even if you don’t have any signs or symptoms of lung problems.​

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Are You at Risk for Lung Cancer?

A person is diagnosed with lung cancer every two and a half minutes—and more than 150,000 die from it every year. The five-year survival rate is just 17.7 percent—but if it’s caught early enough that rate jumps to 55 percent.

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Lung Cancer Screening at St. Bernards

A low-dose CT scan is a quick, painless, non-invasive way to screen your lungs for early signs of cancer. The scan takes less than a minute and doesn’t require any dyes or injections or anything to swallow—just 60 seconds or less for a spiraling CT scan that can find lung abnormalities the size of a grain of rice.

For more information or an appointment, call 870.207.7300.

Or click here to submit an appointment request and we will contact you.

Know Your Risk Factors:

  • Between the ages of 55-77
  • Asymptomatic - No signs or symptoms of lung cancer. No major medical problems that would prevent cancer work-up and treatments if discovered during screening
  • Current smoker OR quit smoking within the past 15 years
  • Tobacco smoking history of 30+ pack years

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