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Lung Cancer Screening $25

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the US. Survival after five years is only about 15.6%, due in part to advance stage cancer at time of diagnosis. National studies have shown low dose CT lung screenings are the best way to diagnose early stage lung cancer. An early diagnosis can save your life and its only $25!

Lung cancer is the most prevalent cancer in southern Indiana.

Schneck offers an affordable convenient way to help catch lung cancer early, and make it far more treatable. The Lung Cancer Screening, a low-dose CT scan of the chest, for high risk patients is just $25 (payable at the time of service), and takes just a few minutes. No physician order is needed. Results of the CT scan will be sent to you and your primary care provider.


Patients considered "high risk" are eligible for this screening. High risk patients include those who:

  • Are age 50-80 with a heavy smoking history who continue to smoke or who quit less than 15 years ago
  • Have not had a lung scan in the last 18 months or chest CT in the past 12 months
  • Have not had pneumonia in the past three months
  • Have not had cancer in the last five years


For more information about lung CT screenings, visit the National Comprehensive Cancer Network website.

If you are at high risk for lung cancer, please complete the form below or today to schedule your screening. Our Centralized Scheduling Department will be in touch within two business days to confirm your appointment.

Schedule your Screening

Click the button below to call 812-522-0433 to schedule your lung cancer screening.

It could save your life!

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