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Jennifer King, PhD: Scientific Perspectives From the Lung Cancer Alliance

2015 IASLC World Conference on Lung Cancer

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Jennifer King, PhD, of the Lung Cancer Alliance, gives her perspective on major themes of this year’s meeting: the stigma of lung cancer, the changing face of who is affected, early detection, and advances in immunotherapy.



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