If you smoke, the best way to lower your risk of lung cancer is to quit.


Fill in the information below to find out whether you are in the group where screening is recommended by the US Preventive Services Task Force. The calculator will also indicate how much you stand to benefit from getting screened. This will help you better determine whether your potential benefit from screening outweighs the harms.

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1. How old are you?*


2. What is your current smoking status?*
Smoker
Former Smoker
Never Smoker

2.1. At what age did you quit smoking for the last time?*


3. For how many years total have you smoked cigarettes?*


4. On average, how many cigarettes do/did you smoke per day?* (There are 20 cigarettes in a pack)


5. What is your gender?


6. What is the highest grade or year of school you completed?


7. How would you describe your race/ ethnicity?


8. How tall are you?

Feet Inches

9. How much do you weigh? (lbs.)


10. Have you ever been told by a doctor that you have cancer?
Yes No

11. Does your family have a history of lung cancer?
Yes No

12. Have you ever been told by your doctor that you have chronic pulmonary disease also known as COPD (chronic bronchitis or emphysema)?
Yes No