Lung Cancer

Lung cancer screening guidelines increase age range to 50-80 years old and drop pack-year smoking history to 20 or more.

New screening guidelines aim to reduce lung cancer deaths

The American Cancer Society has opened the age range and updated smoking history guidelines in its latest lung cancer screening updates.

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Dartmouth Health first in New Hampshire to use robotic procedure to detect lung cancer sooner

Dartmouth Health’s interventional pulmonology team has seen an increase in successful lung biopsy procedures over the past year, in part, due to their use of robotic bronchoscopy.

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Shauna M. McVorran, MD, placing a brachytherapy implant

Q&A with Shauna M. McVorran, MD: Excellence in brachytherapy

As one of the few fellowship-trained brachytherapists in the US, Shauna M. McVorran, MD, explains how this unique therapy benefits patients at Dartmouth Cancer Center.

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Pulmonary Nodule Clinic at Dartmouth Cancer Center

Comprehensive Thoracic Oncology team members at Dartmouth Cancer Center share their approach to care that improves outcomes for patients with pulmonary nodules and other lung-related concerns.

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Lung cancer screening can save lives

This video is a look into the lung cancer screening approach at Dartmouth Cancer Center.

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Rian Hasson, MD

Breaking Down Rural Barriers to Early Lung Cancer Screening

NCCC takes a close look at rural barriers to early lung cancer screening and explores better access options.

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