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Barbara J. Gitlitz, MD: Genomics of Young Lung Cancer Study

2015 IASLC World Conference on Lung Cancer

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Barbara J. Gitlitz, MD, of USC/Norris Cancer Center, discusses the first prospective study on the genomic drivers and demographics of lung cancer in patients under 40 who took part in the study remotely via the Internet (Abstract ORAL22.05).



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