A lung cancer patient holds a PET scan of her body where the tumor shows up as a red egg-shaped orb on the lower right center of the screen.
A lung cancer patient holds a PET scan of her body where the tumor shows up as a red egg-shaped orb on the lower right center of the screen. File photo by Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
A lung cancer patient holds a PET scan of her body where the tumor shows up as a red egg-shaped orb on the lower right center of the screen. File photo by Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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