LUNG CANCER SCREENING
Lung Cancer Screening Resources
The Project Connect website was developed through a collaborative effort by the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and the North American Quitline Consortium. This site provides several resources for those interested in lung cancer screening, including a quiz to determine eligibility and a Discussion Guide for discussing screening with their doctor.
This tool from the American College of Radiology (ACR) allows individuals to find ACR-Designated Lung Cancer Screening Centers in their state or zip code.
The Department of Health and Senior Services’ Tobacco Prevention and Control Program offers free resources and coaching in tobacco cessation for Missourians aged 13 or older through Missouri Tobacco Quit Services, including a toll-free Quitline that is open 24/7 at 1-800-QUIT-NOW.
The American Lung Association provides a variety of educational resources on radon for policy makers, real estate workers, and homeowners, as well as a free online one-hour “Radon Basics” course. They also offer a tool that suggests options for purchasing a radon testing kit based on your state.