This qualitative interview study reports how the availability of lung cancer screening influenced current smokers’ motivation regarding smoking cessation.
This Invited Commentary discusses the potential harms to heavy smokers undergoing screening for lung cancer.
This case-control study found that when physicians assisted and arranged follow-up for smokers, rates of quitting smoking increased.
This Special Communication argues for low-dose computed tomography screening for lung cancer in Medicare beneficiaries.
This Special Communication argues that low-dose CT screening for lung cancer in Medicare recipients should not be implemented until more and better evidence has been collected that the benefits outweigh the risks.
Harris et al propose a taxonomy to conceptualize and define the harms of screening and present this proposed taxonomy in the hope that it stimulates a discussion leading to a generally accepted framework.
Patz et al estimate overdiagnosis in the National Lung Screening Trial.