Common Neoplasms

  • Samuel P. Hammar

Abstract

Lung cancer is the most frequently diagnosed malignant neoplasm throughout the world. It is the number-one cause of cancer death in the American male, and is responsible for 25% of all cancer deaths in the United States.1 More startling, 5% of all deaths in the United States are caused by lung cancer, a death rate equal to that caused by accidents.1 Since 1930 more people have died from lung cancer than all other types of cancer combined.2 An estimated 150,000 new cases of lung cancer will be diagnosed in the United States in 1987; 99,000 in men and 51,000 in women.3 If trends remain unchanged, 200,000 new cases will occur in the year 2000.4

Keywords

Small Cell Carcinoma Squamous Carcinoma Atypical Carcinoid Bronchial Carcinoid Bronchioloalveolar Carcinoma 
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