Evolution of Lung Cancer

Over the years, lung cancer has increased in both women and men, especially because of tobacco. 20 to 25% of high school students already use it. Dr. John DeRosimo, Thoracic Surgeon with Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute, explains how lung cancer started to rise in women after World War II.

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