Citation:Saghir Z, Dirksen A, Ashraf H, Bach KS, Brodersen J, Clementsen PF, et al 2012

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Saghir Z, Dirksen A, Ashraf H, Bach KS, Brodersen J, Clementsen PF, et al. CT screening for lung cancer brings forward early disease. The randomised Danish Lung Cancer Screening Trial: status after five annual screening rounds with low-dose CT. Thorax 2012 Apr;67(4):296-301 Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22286927.



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In people at risk of lung cancer, does population based CT screening reduce mortality?Associate Professor Eddie Lau FRANZCR, FAANMScompleted
Which population group would potentially most benefit from CT screening for lung cancer?Dr Henry Marshall FRACPcompleted

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  1. In people at risk of lung cancer, does population based CT screening reduce mortality?
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