LOUISVILLE – In an announcement made at their Washington, D.C. headquarters yesterday, the Lung Cancer Alliance (LCA) recognized 75 cancer centers across the U.S. for lung cancer screening programs that meet the LCA National Framework for Lung Screening Excellence. The James Graham Brown Cancer Center at the University of Louisville was the only facility in Kentucky to receive the honor.
“We are honored that our efforts to provide low-dose CT screening for lung cancer as part of a larger, multi-disciplinary continuum of care has been recognized by an organization as valued as the Lung Cancer Alliance,” said Dr. Goetz Kloecker, leader of the lung cancer multidisciplinary team at the Brown Cancer Center. “We are committed to do everything in our power to prevent, detect, and treat lung cancer in service to our patients throughout the region.”
Learn more about the James Graham Brown Cancer Center’s lung cancer screening program here.