Personalized benefits and harms
Talking to the patient
Enter Patient Data
This will allow you to calculate the patient's lung cancer risk, according to
Number of years this patient has smoked cigarettes:
During this patients years as a smoker, how many cigarettes per day did this patient smoke, on average? (1 pack=20 cigarettes)
Has the patient quit smoking?
How many years ago did the patient quit smoking?
Has the patient been exposed to asbestos at work?
I don't know
By selecting "yes" you are confirming that you meet all of the following criteria: You worked in one or more of the following occupations: asbestos worker, insulator, lagger, plasterboard worker, dry waller, plasterer, ship scaler, ship fitter, rigger, shipyard boilermaker, shipyard welder, shipyard machinist, shipyard coppersmith, shipyard electrician, plumber/pipefitter, steamfitter, or sheet metal worker. You worked in this job for at least 5 years. You began working in this job at least 15 years ago.
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collected during the National Lung Cancer Screening Trial.