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Patterns, determinants, and outcomes of guideline-recommended imaging surveillance after surgical resection of early-stage lung cancer

High-quality evidence is limited on the utilization and outcomes of imaging surveillance after definitive surgery for early-stage lung cancer. This study examines patterns and factors associated with guideline-recommended imaging surveillance of lung cancer survivors, in addition to rates of new or recurrent lung cancer and mortality following surgical resection, before and after the implementation of a patient tracking system designed to support imaging surveillance.

Investigator: Sakoda, Lori

Funder: KP National Office of Community Health

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