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Initial results from the National Lung Screening Trial concur with the literature, with more positive screening results, diagnostic procedures, and lung cancers detected with low-dose CT versus chest radiography screening.
Among men with nonmetastatic prostate cancer the risk for other-cause mortality increases with the number of comorbid conditions, particularly in older men.
Although further safety data is needed, endoscopic ultrasound may prove to be an effective way of administering localized chemotherapy.
Obesity not only increases risk for diabetes and cardiovascular diseases; it can also be a risk factor for many types of cancer.
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