This test bases on biochip technology evaluates the risk of lung cancer from the perspective of genetics and provide guidance on disease prevention.
1. Population with a family history of lung cancer.
2. Obese people.
3. People who smoke for a long time, are exposed to secondhand smoke, and drink heavily.
4. People with long-term exposure to ionizing radiation.
5. People with irregular rest.
6. People who are stressed and anxious.
7. People with a history of exposure to biochemical carcinogens.