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Auris Health Supports Lung Cancer Awareness

Early Detection of Lung Cancer Saves Lives

Did you know that earlier this year the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) released new guidelines for yearly lung cancer screening? This move offers the benefits of screening to a broader range of people, increasing the opportunity for better outcomes through early detection. Often, by the time an individual has lung cancer symptoms the disease has reached an advanced stage. So, this is good news for people at high risk for this illness.1

2021 New Lung Cancer Screening Guidelines

Watch this video to learn more.

More Lung Cancer Facts

  • Every 2 minutes someone is diagnosed with lung cancer.2
  • Lung cancer kills more people every year than colon, breast, and prostate cancer combined.3
  • Smoking, exposure to secondhand smoke, air pollution, radon, and asbestos are known causes of lung cancer.4

MONARCH® is Transforming Bronchoscopy

Our engineers are advancing robotic technology to help doctors reach lung nodules that are deep in the lung.

The MONARCH® robot has helped physicians diagnose over 10,000 nodules

It is designed to allow physicians to access small, hard-to-reach peripheral lung nodules with greater precision than ever before.

Interested in learning more about the Monarch® Platform?

Learning tools:

Robotic Bronchoscopy Patient Guide

Frequently asked questions about the MONARCH Platform and what to expect during a procedure.

Lung Nodule Worksheet

A helpful guide to take to the doctor’s office and better understand lung nodules.

Physician Finder Tool

Find a physician near you who uses the MONARCH Platform.

Lung Cancer Organizations

Screening Guidelines Infographic Video

2021 Lung Cancer Screening Infographic

Read and share the USPSTF 2021 screening guidelines for yearly lung cancer screening.

LCAM 2021 SM Post Sharing

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Footnotes

  1. "Advisory Board Blog" Nearly twice as many patients are now eligible for lung cancer screenings—here is what you need to know.

  2. "Lung Cancer Foundation of America" Lung Cancer Facts

  3. "Lung Cancer Foundation of America." Lung Cancer Facts,

  4. "American Cancer Society." Lung Cancer Statistics | How Common is Lung Cancer?

  1. "Advisory Board Blog" Nearly twice as many patients are now eligible for lung cancer screenings—here is what you need to know.

  2. "Lung Cancer Foundation of America" Lung Cancer Facts

  3. "Lung Cancer Foundation of America." Lung Cancer Facts,

  4. "American Cancer Society." Lung Cancer Statistics | How Common is Lung Cancer?

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