Clearing The Smoke On Lung Cancer
Smoking is the main risk factor for developing lung cancer, yet between ten- and twenty-percent of lung cancers happen in people who have never touched tobacco. Learning about lowering your risks and improving your lung health can be lifesaving.
In observance of Lung Cancer Awareness Month, host, Jonathan Fialkow, M.D. gathered a panel of experts to talk about the latest news in screenings, treatments and support for caregivers.
- Federico Albrecht, M.D., medical oncologist with Miami Cancer Institute
- Brenda Gonzalez, M.D., pulmonologist and vice-president of the medical staff at Doctors Hospital
- Lori Adelson, workplace counsel and board member of the American Lung Association
"Saved By The Scan"
Thanks to a new scan, lung cancer can be detected early when it's more curable. If you smoked, get scanned. To find out if you're a candidate visit Baptisthealth.net/LungScreening.