Nonsmoker lung cancer curiously on the rise in the UK

09:19 EDT 8 Aug 2017 | TriMed Media Group

The annual frequency of never-smokers developing lung cancer in Britain has more than doubled over the last seven years, from 13 percent to 28 percent, according to a study set to run in the October edition of the European Journal of Cancer.

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