A study suggests that women may need lung cancer screening less often than men, reports Medscape.

The new data were reported in a poster presentations here at European Lung Cancer Conference (ELCC) 2017.

However, experts discussing the new findings at the meeting questioned the researchers’ conclusions, and in a keynote lecture, Harry J. de Koning, MD, PhD, professor of public health and screening evaluation at Erasmus Medical Center, University Medical Center Rotterdam, the Netherlands, said that he did not agree that the screening intervals should differ between men and women.

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