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Highlights from the 2017 Canadian Lung Cancer Conference

February 9–10, 2017 Vancouver, BC Introduction As the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Canada, lung cancer is the cause of roughly 25% of cancer-related deaths per year for both men and women.1 Each year in February, Canadian scientists, clinicians, and other...

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