Most common cause of cancer deaths in the United States and an increasingly important cause of cancer deaths in all societies in which cigarette smoking is common — 117000 new cases per year in United States (59/100000). First cause of cancer deaths in males and second to breast cancer as a cause of cancer-related mortality in women.
KeywordsLung Cancer Papillary Adenocarcinoma Brush Biopsy Superior Sulcus Diagnostic Stage
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