Our recent Lung Cancer Policy Network video, ‘Why lung cancer screening should be a global policy priority’, is now available in five languages – English, German, French, Spanish and Polish.
The Network’s first objective is to advocate for making the early detection of lung cancer a global policy priority. The implementation of low-dose CT (LDCT) screening programmes has a key part to play in this stage shift in diagnosis. In the video, Network members discuss the opportunity LDCT presents to reduce deaths from lung cancer and stress the urgent need to implement screening programmes around the world.
We invite you to share these videos via your social media channels, or at events, to highlight the importance of using screening to detect lung cancer early and potentially save many lives.
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