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Doctor at Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem are making some exciting discoveries about lung cancer. WXII 12's Kimberly Van Scoy explains.
Lung cancer is the No. 1 killer of men and women. But you can survive it by doing very very important thing. WXII 12's Kimberly Van Scoy explains.
A new study talks of the importance of detecting early signs of lung cancer; Kimberly Van Scoy reports.
BI Becomes a Platinum Corporate Sponsor of the Initiative The Lung Cancer Initiative of North Carolina is pleased to announce that Boehringer Ingelhiem has signed on as a Platinum Corporate Sponsor. Our corporate sponsors are committed to helping us sustain and grow our lung cancer education,
Kimberly Van Scoy's interview on the Greensboro LUNGe Forward 5K, the Lung Cancer Initiative and targeted therapies.
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) decided that Medicare should cover lung cancer screening for seniors at high risk for the disease. The timing could not be more perfect, as November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month.
The “Don’t Guess. Test.” Campaign provides patients and their physicians with information about the rapidly evolving genomic understanding of lung cancer, targeted therapy options and comprehensive genomic profiling.
Tell congress to urge CMS to cover lung cancer screening! CMS must make a preliminary decision by November 8, and is required to issue a final decision by February 8, 2015 on whether or not to cover lung cancer screenings. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)