Effective Lung Cancer Screening Leads to Opportunities

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James L. Mulshine, MD, professor of internal medicine, and associate director of Institute of Translation Medicine at Rush University, discusses the benefits of establishing a timely and investigation-informed screening and referral practice for patients who are at risk for developing lung cancer.

James L. Mulshine, MD, professor of internal medicine, and associate director of Institute of Translation Medicine at Rush University, discusses the benefits of establishing a timely and investigation-informed screening and referral practice for patients who are at risk for developing lung cancer.

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