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Lung Cancer Detection: a Qualitative Study Among High-Risk Individuals

Lung Cancer Detection: a Qualitative Study Among High-Risk Individuals

Research published in the Journal of Cancer Education by UCC and NCCP on Public Health Messaging and Strategies to Promote “SWIFT” Lung Cancer Detection: a Qualitative Study Among High-Risk Individuals.  Findings recommend a whole systems perspective, operating across multiple agencies; and taking a life-span approach to promoting lung cancer awareness. Participants stressed the importance of tailoring public health messages and targeting various generations and age groups differently. Click here to read the full report.