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The primary research interests of Thomas E. Hartman, M.D., are chronic infiltrative lung diseases, lung cancer screening and atypical mycobacterial infections.
Results from the LTRC are being used to develop computer-aided diagnosis algorithms for interstitial lung disease and pulmonary nodule evaluation.
In addition, results from the NLST showed that low-dose CT screening in high-risk individuals can significantly reduce lung cancer mortality.
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