Published in Drug Week, October 17th, 2003
According to a study from the United States, "Vast numbers of individuals who have stopped smoking have already been exposed to critical amounts of tobacco combustion products and are at significant risk of developing lung cancer.
"If these individuals are diagnosed with regional or distant metastatic disease, this condition is not typically curable with existing systemic therapy. The need for more effective tools to detect and intervene with early lung cancer detection is a pressing public health priority," wrote J.L. Mulshine and colleagues, National Cancer Institute, Intervention...
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