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James L. Mulshine, MD, on Lung Cancer Screening in the United States: Can It Happen?

2015 IASLC World Conference on Lung Cancer

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James L. Mulshine, MD, of Rush University Medical Center, discusses the profound challenges of implementing national CT screening to ensure delivery of high-quality, best-practice early lung cancer detection in the target population of tobacco-exposed individuals (Abstract MS 15.01).



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