Since April, the Santa María de Lleida Hospital has introduced a new consultation to evaluate high-risk smokers and provide early detection of lung cancer, a type of tumor that occurs worldwide when diagnosed in advanced stages. The death rate is high. The consultation is aimed at patients suffering from emphysema or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). In addition to performing a respiratory assessment, a chest CT scan is also performed as part of a lung cancer screening protocol. A smoking cessation program is also offered to all patients. The consultation is led by Dr. Jessica Gonzalez, an expert in pulmonology, and since it began operations, she has evaluated approximately 50 patients. In two cases, a suspicious lung lesion was detected and treated surgically, yielding a final diagnosis of early-stage adenocarcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. This diagnosis is associated with 85% survival at 5 years, which is unimaginable for this tumor. Another patient is currently being diagnosed with another suspicious lesion. For its part, the Rehabilitation Service of the Lleida Health Region organizes an Oncology Patient Rehabilitation Conference between yesterday and today at the Faculty of Health Sciences of the UDL, aimed at health professionals.