Results of NSLT to be Presented at AACR Meeting
November 9, 2010
Results of the NCI's National Lung Cancer Screening Trial will be presented at the Ninth Annual American Association for Cancer Research Frontiers in Cancer Prevention Research Conference.
As seen on the news last week, Christine Berg, M.D., of the Early Detection Research Group at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, will be presenting the initial results of the National Lung Cancer Screening Trial, which showed a clear benefit with CT scans for lung cancer screening.
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