Thorax | 6 Aug 2016
SP Eckel, M Cockburn, YH Shu, H Deng, FW Lurmann, L Liu and FD Gilliland
Exposure to ambient air pollutants has been associated with increased lung cancer incidence and mortality, but due to the high case fatality rate, little is known about the impacts of air pollution exposures on survival after diagnosis. This study aimed to determine whether ambient air pollutant exposures are associated with the survival of patients with lung cancer.
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