My personal reaction is sooo predictable:
If the cost is high,
and the insurance won't take the burden,
and the 20% deaths averted aren't all that encouraging relative to outcome,
I won't be agitating my physician to get me a test run.
Maybe I'm mising something, but I expect big bennies from an outlay of big bucks, and based on what you've shown us here, I don't see that.
But Merci Beaucoup for the background info, especially historically & technologically. All us smokers need to be up on the current whiz-bangs and geegaws of medical and biological assessments of our very own health status. Ditto the current theories regarding smoking damage/risk & how that affects medical practice.