In the last two years there have been more advances in lung cancer than in the last forty, says the Spanish Society of Medical Oncology (SEOM), which, coinciding with the International Day of Lung Cancer held every November 17, states that If we eliminate tobacco from society, lung cancer will be mitigated to an infrequent tumor. Approximately 80% of patients who develop lung cancer have a prior history of smoking.

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