Lung cancer is the leading cause of all cancer deaths in men and women--making up about one in every four cancer deaths. It’s most treatable when caught early, but since the start of the pandemic, many people have delayed their preventive cancer screenings, which is having a negative impact nationwide.

This week Dr. Janakiraman Subramanian, oncologist and Director of Saint Luke's Center for Precision Oncology, talks about who should start preventive screenings and the latest advances in treatment. 

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