Lung cancer trends in young adults: an early indicator of progress in tobacco control (United States...
<Emphasis Type="Italic">Objective</Emphasis>: Tobacco smoking is known to increase lung cancer occurrence beginning in young adulthood, although age-specific rates have not been used to monitor the early consequences of tobacco control efforts in the United States. We evaluated...
|Journal Title:||Cancer Causes & Control|
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|In:||Cancer Causes & Control, 14, 2003, 6, p. 579-585|
|Type of Resource:||E-Article|
Kluwer Academic Publishers