Medmyne is proud to have been featured in the Chattanooga Times Free Press as an innovative solution that CHI Memorial Hospital is using to detect lung cancer early.
“The ongoing debate in Washington, D.C., over the future of Obamacare may determine how many people have health insurance, but it won’t necessarily change how health care is delivered or alter the way Chattanoogans deal with the single biggest cause of death.
That may require a new approach to fighting cancer, which is second to heart disease as the top killer among all Americans. The No. 1 cancer in Chattanooga is lung cancer, and experts say the key to limiting deaths from lung cancer is to target those susceptible to the disease and provide easier and more widespread early detection and treatment.” Read the full article in the Chattanooga Times Free Press.
(Flessner, Dave “Doctor pushes for prevention, detection to end Chattanooga’s most deadly form of cancer.” Times Free Press: Chattanooga Publishing Company, Inc. 31 July 2017.)