Lung Cancer. Lorna Roden – October 2012. A few facts. Accounts for 19% of all cancers 2 nd most common cancer in the UK M ost common worldwide. Most common cause of cancer death in men 2 nd most common cause of cancer death in women after breast cancer
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Lorna Roden – October 2012
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Excision for peripheral tumours with no metastatic spread (Stage I/II)
Curative radiotherapy – if respiratory reserve is poor
Chemoradiotherapy – if more advanced disease
Nearly always disseminated
May respond to chemotherapy
Cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, vincristine, etoposide
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