A Tailored Screening and Smoking Cessation Program for the LGBTQ Community of Seattle

Complete Title: Tailoring Screening and Smoking Cessation for the LGBTQ Community
Trial Phase: N/A
Investigator: Matty Triplette

This clinical trial develops a tailored screening and smoking cessation program for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (trans) and queer (LGBTQ) community of Seattle, Washington. A lung cancer screening program may help LGTBQ people who smoke overcome unique barriers that keep them from receiving preventive care, and constantly facing healthcare discrimination. Members of the LGBTQ community have historically smoked at higher rates than the general population and thus could benefit greatly from targeted efforts to improve lung cancer screening and smoking cessation implementation.

  • Lung Cancer
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Matty Triplette
Tailoring Screening and Smoking Cessation for the LGBTQ Community
Lung Cancer