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The surgical pathology of sixty-six cases of carcinoma of the lung


Cancer of the lung has increased tenfold in eleven years in one hospital and the proportion treated by surgery has risen from 9% to 20% in the last 4 years but was only 14% for the series as a whole.

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Correspondence to T. M. Healy.

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Extension of a paper presented to the Section of Pathology, Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland, on February 11th, 1966.

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Healy, T.M. The surgical pathology of sixty-six cases of carcinoma of the lung. I. J. Med. Sc. 1, 11–13 (1968).

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