Lung cancer · Introduction

Sethi, T.
November 2002
Thorax;Nov2002, Vol. 57 Issue 11, p992
Academic Journal
Discusses issues related to lung cancer. Morbidity and death rate caused by lung cancer in Great Britain; Principal causes and risk factors; Survival rates of lung cancer patients.


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