Screening Guide Screening is the search for cancer in people who do not have any symptoms. At this time, some doctors may recommend testing in people who are at higher risk for lung cancer, such as current or former smokers, but not all doctors agree on this. No screening guidelines are available for symptomless people who have no lung cancer risk factors, and, therefore, screening isn't generally recommended. There are three ways that doctors may try to screen for lung cancer: Sputum cytology test Chest X-rays Spiral CT scans See more What Do You Know About Quitting Smoking? (Quitting Smoking Quiz) Inspira offers a comprehensive lung cancer screening program in Vineland and Woodbury that is accredited by the American College of Radiology and designated a Lung Cancer Screening Center of Excellence by the Lung Cancer Alliance. Click here to learn more.