Lung Cancer Epidemiology
Is the study of the incidence, distribution, and ultimately, the prevention and control of lung cancer within the general population.
Types of Lung Cancer
Adenocarcinomas account for approximately 40 % of all lung cancers. About 25–30 % of lung cancers are squamous cell carcinomas, and about 10–15 % of lung cancers are large cell carcinomas. Other subtypes of NSCLC are rare and...
KeywordsLung Cancer Small Cell Lung Cancer Carcinoid Tumor Smoking Prevalence Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma
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