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Lung cancer rates have decreased for the Marlboro Man, but have risen steeply for nonsmokers and young women – an oncologist explains why

By Estelamari Rodriguez, Associate Director of Community Outreach in Thoracic Oncology, University of Miami
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While lung cancer rates have decreased by 43% in men, they have risen by 79% in women. New screening guidelines and recognizing early symptoms can help address the changing face of lung cancer.The Conversation

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