My dad just got a full body scan, [$1250
]. He's been a firefighter for 20 years and contaminated more times than I can remember. His fire gear has even been taken away in 55 gallon drums. He's been getting sharp pains in his left lung every so often and thought he probably had lung cancer (from smoke, etc. from the fires). Anyway, the scan came back perfect, there was nothing detected in any organs. They check bone density too, also exceptional. Anyway, I was wondering how accurate these scans really are? He feels like he got ripped off (haha) because they didn't find anything.