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For Screening Professionals

We know that lung cancer screening can save lives when carried out responsibly and following current best practices. For guidance on how to develop a good quality, responsible screening center, we offer documents and resources to help.  

3rd Annual Screening & Care Conference

Join other healthcare professionals in Washington DC from October 7-8, 2017 to learn best practices and lessons learned in lung cancer screening and care programs across the US. 

Best Practice Screening Guidance

National Framework for Excellence in Lung Cancer Screening and Continuum of Care

NCCN Patient Guidelines

NCCN Clinical Guidelines

ACR Lung Cancer Screening Resources

IELCAP: International Early Lung Cancer Action Program 

Association of Community Cancer Centers

Rescue Lung, Rescue Life Toolkit

Prevent Cancer Foundation Lung Cancer Screening Podcasts

CMS Final Decision Memo: Lung Cancer Screening

Patient Education

What You Need to Know about Lung Cancer Screening

Myths and Facts about Lung Cancer Screening

Understanding Lung Cancer Risk and Screening

Understanding Lung Nodules

USPSTF Guide: Talking with Your Patients about Lung Cancer 

Smoking Cessation Resources

The Ex Plan

1-800-QUIT-NOW: Telephone QuitLine available in all states

Why Quit Now? A Resource for Those at High Risk for Lung Cancer

 
To find out more about becoming a Screening Center of Excellence contact screening@lungcanceralliance.org.