Lung Cancer In The News
Dr. William C. Shiel Jr., Chief Editor of Medicinenet.com, discusses Lung Cancer and Peter Jennings
The following is a partial transcript taken from this audio broadcast:
"The recent announcement of newscaster Peter Jennings diagnosis of Lung Cancer brings up many important medical issues related to that diagnosis. The first issue related to lung cancer today is how common is it? Lung cancer is responsible for the most cancer depths of both men and women throughout the world. The American Cancer Society says that about 174,000 new cases of Lung Cancer in the United States were diagnosed in 2004 with more the 160,000 deaths. Lung cancer was not common before the 1930s but increased dramatically over the following decades as tobacco smoking increased. The most common cause of lung cancer is . . ."
Listen to the entire audio segment of Health Beat on Lung Cancer and Peter Jennings in this edition of / Doctors on Health /.
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