AI could speed up CT lung cancer screening
The ability to make CT lung cancer screening programs more efficient could be particularly helpful as demand ramps up due to expanded eligibility criteria, wrote a team led by Harriet Lancaster, PhD, of the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.
“Radiologists’ challenging workloads associated with LDCT lung cancer screening is a noteworthy hurdle which needs to be addressed and overcome in the planning of lung cancer screening implementation,” the group noted. “Artificial intelligence could offer a solution.”
Studies have shown that lung cancer mortality can be reduced among…