Air pollution many shorten survival of patients with lung cancer

Environmental exposure to the nitrogen dioxide and ozone found in air pollution has been associated with lower survival rates of patients with early stage lung cancer. In particular patients with lung adenocarcinomas were the most affected by increased air pollution exposure. The study reviewed over 350,000 patients in the USA and highlights the potential importance of regulating air pollution levels. eCancer, 04/08/2016
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