Early analysis of the number of lung cancer diagnoses made through the SUMMIT Study was featured on the front page of The Guardian on 15 February. The articles include an interview with Professor Sam Janes, principal investigator for the SUMMIT Study and the story of one study participant’s experience. These initial findings, which will be peer reviewed for publication in a research journal later in the year, highlight the benefits of lung cancer screening for detecting and treating the disease at an early stage and could influence the considerations for introducing a lung cancer screening programme.
The story was followed up by other media including the BBC, The Times, and The Independent.
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