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Big Tobacco should pay for high-risk smokers' CT scans

We are about to encounter a significant rise in annual healthcare costs, courtesy of Big Tobacco.

Recently, the United States Preventive Services Task Force endorsed lung cancer screening with annual CT scans in high-risk smokers. This means that insurers will soon be required by law to fund these services, which screen for cancers caused by cigarettes, to the tune of $2 billion per year.

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