Cancer screening: technology is there, but the money is not
Screening programmes usually focus on our nether parts: the colon and the prostate. We hear little about the lung. Mindful of progress in screening technology, Malcolm Dalrymple-Hay and Nigel Drury of Wessex Cardiothoracic Centre have used the January edition of the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine to ponder if screening for lung cancer would now make sense.
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