Lung Cancer early detection
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A unique early detection service for lung cancer not currently available via the NHS. It is available to men and women over the age of 40 and given lung cancer can occur in non-smokers, it is suited to both smokers and non-smokers.
Information about lung cancer and the benefits of early detection.
An online risk assessment and symptomatic score based on family history and lifestyle.
A unique blood test (EarlyCDT® - Lung) which allows more accurate targeting of the use of CT scanning and is seven times more likely to correctly diagnose lung cancer than CT scanning alone.
Following the appointment a results letter will be sent to you along with a personalised early detection programme. If you are considered to be at high risk, you will be referred for further assessment and investigations with a thoracic consultant.
Get the facts:
Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in men and third most common cancer in women resulting in over 35,000 deaths per year in the UK.
The majority of people with the early stages of lung cancer have no apparent symptoms but the prognosis can be significantly improved by early detection of the disease.
Early detection gives a higher likelihood of a good outcome from appropriate treatment.
Currently NOT Available at the Clinic.
Examination and Diagnostic Testing
Prive available on request