Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in the U.S., and not all lung cancer deaths are related to cigarette smoking.
Here are some of the circumstances that can lead to an increased risk for lung cancer, including for non smokers.
Cigarette smoking remains the leading risk factor for lung cancer, if you’re a smoker or former smoker, talk with your health care provider about lung cancer screening, The U.S. Task Force (USPSTF) recommends routine lung cancer screening people who:
It is important to schedule your routine lung cancer screenings. Talk to your health care provider. Early Detection = Better Outcomes!