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Lung Cancer Team

Diagnosis

Early lung cancer diagnosis is critical, but is difficult due to the fact that symptoms may not be apparent until the disease is in its later stages. Signs and symptoms may include a persistent cough, changes in a chronic cough, coughing up blood, shortness of breath, chest pain, wheezing, hoarseness, and recurrent pneumonia or bronchitis. It's important to pay attention to your body so that any changes can be recognized as early as possible and a diagnosis can be made.

Overlake uses leading-edge diagnostics, employing sophisticated imaging techniques to detect cancer at its earliest possible stage.

Our Services

Our full list of imaging services includes:

*provided by Washington Imaging Services

Contact Information

For more information about Overlake's lung cancer program, contact Kelly Brajcich, MSW, OSW-C, lung cancer navigator, at 425-467-3809 or you can reach us toll free at 866-668-9517.