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Ideally, the decision on whether to be screened or not should be made with the help of your primary care doctor or pulmonologist. Your doctor knows your history and possible risk factors best and can help guide you to the right screening center.
Some screening centers require a doctor’s prescription in advance for a scan. Others will do an evaluation, also called a risk assessment, without a prescription to determine if your history and risk factors warrant a scan.
We recommend getting screened at a center that:
If you feel your screening center meets this criteria, email Amy Copeland for more information on how to be included in this list.