Long-Term Follow-up Results of the DANTE Trial, a Randomized Study of Lung Cancer Screening with Spiral Computed Tomography.

@article{Infante2015LongTermFR,
  title={Long-Term Follow-up Results of the DANTE Trial, a Randomized Study of Lung Cancer Screening with Spiral Computed Tomography.},
  author={Maurizio Valentino Infante and Silvio Cavuto and Fabio Romano Lutman and Eliseo Passera and Maurizio Chiarenza and Giuseppe Chiesa and Giorgio Brambilla and Enzo Angeli and Giuseppe Aranzulla and Arturo Chiti and Marta Scorsetti and Pierina Navarria and Raffaele Cavina and Michele Ciccarelli and Massimo G Roncalli and Anna Destro and Edoardo Bottoni and Emanuele Voulaz and Valentina Errico and Giorgio Maria Ferraroli and Giovanna Finocchiaro and Luca Toschi and Armando Santoro and Marco Alloisio},
  journal={American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={191 10},
  pages={1166-75}
}
RATIONALE Screening for lung cancer with low-dose spiral computed tomography (LDCT) has been shown to reduce lung cancer mortality by 20% compared with screening with chest X-ray (CXR) in the National Lung Screening Trial, but uncertainty remains concerning the efficacy of LDCT screening in a community setting. OBJECTIVES To explore the effect of LDCT screening on lung cancer mortality compared with no screening. Secondary endpoints included incidence, stage, and resectability rates… CONTINUE READING
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