Many people with lung cancer have no symptoms before diagnosis, so screening for the disease can help detect it before it has spread and is more difficult to treat. We perform Lung Select, a low-dose CT scan, to get a diagnostic image of your lungs. The scan takes just a few minutes and uses a lower amount of radiation than a regular CT scan. Learn more about the criteria for Lung Select.
If you have ever smoked, even if you have quit, take the questionnaire at baptistcancercenter.com/lung to determine if you are at risk for lung cancer and should get screened.