The Mayo Lung Project for early detection and localization of bronchogenic carcinoma: a status report.

@article{Fontana1975TheML,
  title={The Mayo Lung Project for early detection and localization of bronchogenic carcinoma: a status report.},
  author={Robert S Fontana and D R Sanderson and L B Woolner and William E. Miller and Philip E. Bernatz and W. Spencer Payne and William F. Taylor},
  journal={Chest},
  year={1975},
  volume={67 5},
  pages={511-22}
}
The Mayo Lung Project (MLP) is a screening program designed to detect bronchogenic carcinoma at a curable stage. Screening tests include chest roentgenograms, three-day "pooled" sputum cytology studies, and lung-health questionnaires. These are being applied every four months to a study population of outpatients who have a high probability of developing… CONTINUE READING