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Silvia Novello, MD, PhD: Lung Cancer Is a Women's Disease Too

2015 IASLC World Conference on Lung Cancer

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Silvia Novello, MD, PhD, of the University of Turin, discusses a much-neglected aspect of lung cancer: It is not just the province of men; women are affected in great numbers as well.



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