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Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in American men and women. Although cigarettes smokers are most at risk, anyone can get lung cancer. In fact, the lifetime risk for all adults — smokers and nonsmokers — is 1 in 15 for men and 1 in 17 for women.

Part of the reason lung cancer is so deadly is because most cases are diagnosed after the disease has spread. Only 1 in 4 are diagnosed at an early stage, when it’s most curable.

Hear board-certified pulmonologist Dr. Timothy Clark describe lung cancer prevention and early detection — avoiding lesser known risk factors, recognizing symptoms, and screenings that can detect the disease in its earliest, most treatable stages.


Timothy Clark, MD, of Boulder Valley Pulmonology


Thursday, June 24, from 7 to 8 p.m.


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