Clinical practice guidelines for the prevention and diagnosis of lung cancer

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Please note there are further questions under development for this guideline and they will be released for public consultation and published in a staged approach. To be notified about updates, please email guidelines (at) cancer.org.au.


See also: Clinical practice guidelines for the treatment of lung cancer.

Clinical practice guidelines for the prevention and diagnosis of lung cancer

Draft content for public consultation

The following draft content is available for public consultation from 31 August 2018 to 1 October 2018. Please see the instructions on how to provide feedback.

Please note the links in this box are the only questions open for review and public consultation. The content appearing outside of this orange box has already undergone a public consultation process and is published.

Prevention

Diagnosis & Staging


Foreword

Summary of recommendations (published content)

Screening and early detection

Diagnosis and staging

Follow up

Questions under development

  • What is the most effective way to manage small solid, sub-solid and non-solid nodules?
  • For suspected lung cancer in the periphery of the lung (peripheral pulmonary lesions), what is the most effective diagnostic modality?

Appendices

Further information for health professionals

Investigating symptoms of lung cancer: a guide for GPs

Information for consumers

Understanding Lung Cancer


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