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Factors Related to Lung Cancer Recurrence, Spread, and Survival

Dr. Maria Teresa Landi and colleagues published a new study describing prognostic factors for lung cancer spread and recurrence, as well as subsequent risk of death from the disease. This research was done within the Environment and Genetics in Lung cancer Etiology (EAGLE) study.

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