Report finds racial disparities in lung cancer screenings, diagnosis and treatment

American Lung Association executive says health care system to blame, not genetics.

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in America. During Lung Cancer Awareness Month, a new report by the American Lung Association explores for the first time the lung cancer burden among racial and ethnic groups. The association’s assistant vice president, Michael Seilback, joins Anchor Michael Hill to talk about the findings and how they could help save lives.

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