We are a strong team of clinicians, scientists, engineer and business professionals who are committed to help people overcome Lung Cancer the “silent killer” – symptoms do not typically appear in the early stages of the disease. Additionally, there is an increasing incidences of lung cancer among females who are non-smokers. With early cancer detection, we can significantly increase the chances of survival upon lung cancer diagnosis.

“but I never smoked,” she said. “It all seemed so surreal.”

Pike, a 33-year-old oil trader, wife, and mother of two in Edmond, Okla., had lung cancer

“What happens too often is the cancer isn’t caught until late stage, stage 4, when some of these newer treatments, it’s honestly too late to involve them,”

Alex Crimmin of the American Lung Association