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How often do you need to use PET scan or bronchoscope to locate lung cancer because it does not show on CT scan but symptoms tell you to keep looking?

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology

In brief: Clinical judgement

This pathologist is underwhelmed with the health or public benefits of intensive screening for tiny lung cancers.
I'd hope that if the person is symptomatic, some other investigations are undertaken and the actual cause gets found.

In brief: Clinical judgement

This pathologist is underwhelmed with the health or public benefits of intensive screening for tiny lung cancers.
I'd hope that if the person is symptomatic, some other investigations are undertaken and the actual cause gets found.
Dr. Ed Friedlander
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