Lung cancer

Lung cancer has become the common disease in women than in men.  Though smoking causes lung cancer in men but in women non-smokers are more susceptible to lung cancer.  There are no proven facts that carcinogens in the cigarette are the complete cause of lung cancer.  It has been observed that the estrogen plays a major role in onset and progression of the disease.

 

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  • Systemic Treatments

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