Screening for Lung Cancer
1. Identify patients, based on risk factors, who should be tested for lung cancer.
2. Describe the current USPSTF screening guidelines for high-risk patients.
3. Formulate plans to coordinate care for patients with lung cancer who require referral to sub-specialists.
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Robert Dachs, MD, FAAFP, Vice-Chairman, Department of Emergency Medicine, Ellis Hospital, Schenectady, New York; Clinical Associate Professor and Director of Research, Ellis Hospital Family Medicine
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