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Ugo Pastorino, MD, on Reducing Lung Cancer Mortality

2015 IASLC World Conference on Lung Cancer

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Ugo Pastorino, MD, of the Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori Foundation, discusses his study, which showed that stopping smoking before or during low-dose computed tomography screening reduced overall mortality by more than 25%, a benefit that is three- to fivefold greater than this type of screening (Abstract PLEN04.07).



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