Lung Cancer in non-smokers

Lung Cancer in non-smokers

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June 01, 2014

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Lung Cancer in non-smokers

March 12, 2006, Denver, Colorado. WB2 AM Sunday host Greg Nieto interviews Dr. Michael T. Parra, a Medical Oncologist with Colorado Hematology-Oncology who discusses the incidence of lung cancer in non-smokers in light of the recent death of Dana Reeve, a non-smoker, from lung cancer.

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