Subject: Lung cancer | tumor board | R5-920 | Review | Medicine (General) | Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare | mortality | quality of life | multidisciplinary care
Eve Denton,1 Matthew Conron2 1Allergy, Immunology and Respiratory Department, Alfred Hospital, 2Department of Respiratory and Sleep Medicine, St Vincent&#39;s Hospital, Melbourne, VIC, Australia Abstract: Lung cancer is a major worldwide health burden, with high di... View more
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