Live together.

Laugh together.

Screen together.

Screen Together is a lung cancer screening awareness initiative that encourages those at risk to get screened along with a friend or loved one who may also be at risk. Some of the most wonderful and most scary things we do in life are easier when we do them together, so grab someone important to you, make the pledge and get screened—together.

Why Screen Together?

Your connection to lifelong friends and family is what makes you who you are. If you are a current or former smoker, you likely started smoking with a friend. And if you already quit smoking or have tried to quit, chances are a loved one was in your corner, cheering you on. 

Now, it’s time for you and the people you care about to help one another address the scary question: “Am I at risk for lung cancer?” 

Pledge to talk to your friends, neighbors, colleagues and family members this year about their risk for lung cancer. If your friends also meet the criteria for screening, pledge to Screen Together and receive helpful tips and reminders. 

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8.6 million Americans at Risk
At least 8.6 million Americans qualify as being at high risk for lung cancer and are recommended to receive annual screenings.1
13,000 Deaths Prevented?
If half of these high-risk individuals were screened, more than 13,000 lung cancer deaths could be prevented.1
80-90% Deaths
Smoking contributes to lung cancer deaths in 80% of women and 90% of men.1

Screen Together in 3 Easy Steps

Find a lung cancer screening center near you, commit to your pledge, and share your commitment with friends.

That's all it takes. Lung cancer screening may be free through your health insurance provider. You may be eligible if you are:

Between the ages of 55 and 74 A current or former smoker

You do not need to be experiencing symptoms in order to be eligible for screening.

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