Lung Cancer Management

Journal
The strong link between smoking rates and lung cancer incidence has resulted in varying rates of disease within different populations whether on a geographic, socioeconomic or gender basis. What is clear is that, in spite of declining disease rates among some groups in certain developed countries, the disease remains a highly significant global burden. For example, the National Institute of Health estimates that cancer care cost the United States an overall $124.6 billion in 2010, $12.1 billion of which was due to lung cancer. Source

Outlet Details

Scope International, Trade/B2B
Language English
Country United Kingdom
UVMs Request pricing
Frequency Bimonthly