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Shades of gray

Can screening with CT scans save the lives of those at risk of lung cancer? Some say yes, but others say scans might hurt, not help.

By Liz Kowalczyk
Globe Staff / November 9, 2009

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For the 42 percent of Americans who smoke cigarettes or once did, a ruling from the state’s highest court last month seemed to offer hope that a simple screening tool could help them ward off advanced lung cancer. (Full article: 1196 words)

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