Lung cancer survivors may be getting too many PET scans

Many lung and esophageal cancer survivors have PET imaging scans as part of ongoing monitoring for the possible return of cancer, but a new study suggests that many of those scans may be unnecessary.

In addition, researchers found that having the pricey scans as the first line of imaging detection might not improve survival rates. Read more.

Tags: Cancer Lung PET Research

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