In the last few years BAC has become increasingly studied and recognized as a distinct clinical subtype of lung cancer.
While lobectomy or pneumonectomy may be the surgical treatment of choice for most NSCLC tumors in younger, fit patients, a limited resection may be an ideal choice in certain settings.
Results of the IPASS Trial for EGFR Mutation Status
We’re recognizing more and more that lung cancer in never-smokers (LCINS) is a distinct disease, with different patterns of who gets it, how the cancer behaves, and it responds to treatments.
A review of some of the differences in the biology and clinical behavior of never-smoker lung cancers vs. the much more common lung cancer seen in current or former smokers.
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