Low Dose Lung Cancer Screening

A 15-minute lung cancer screening may save your life.

Now offering low dose lung cancer screening in Missoula

If you’re a heavy smoker or smoked heavily in the past, a lung cancer screening may find issues before you show symptoms. Screening is done with low-dose CT scan and offers early detection for lung cancer. And it could save your life.

Who should get a yearly lung cancer screening?

A low-dose CT scan is a painless and noninvasive procedure that can find lung cancer when it’s in the early stages. Lung cancer screening finds 80% of lung cancer at an early stage when it is more curable.

Lung cancer screening is recommended if you:

  • Are 50-80 years of age
  • Are a current smoker or former smoker who quit in the last 15 years
  • Have smoked 20 pack-years (defined as 1 pack per day for at least 20 years or 2 packs per day for 10 years)
  • You don’t have signs or symptoms of lung cancer (asymptomatic).

Lung cancer screening is a yearly preventive health check.

For patients at high risk, screening is recommended by the American Cancer Society and is fast, easy and painless. It’s also covered by most insurance plans.

Get in,
get scanned,
get back out.

Get your scan today and have the report back in 72 hours.