Lung cancer has the highest mortality rate of all cancers (1). More people die from lung cancer than colorectal and breast cancer combined, those with the second and third highest mortality rates (2). Lung cancer screening (LCS) programs provide the opportunity for early detection. This increases the chance of curative treatment and thus reduces mortality (3). The life-saving potential of lung cancer screening (LCS) has been recognized European wide and some countries have already started to implement programs. What can we learn from them? How can screening be implemented successfully? What are requirements and what are the pitfalls? And how can artificial intelligence come into play here?
Watch the recording and follow three experts as they provide valuable insights around lung cancer screening.