Lung cancer bad attitude impacts outcomes

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A new report from Lung Foundation Australia shows that Australians’ negative attitudes to and stereotypes about lung cancer patients is impacting diagnosis and access to treatment.Lung cancer has a 15% five-year survival rate compared to 90% for breast cancer and 94% for prostate cancer.Despite being Australia’s biggest cancer killer – responsible for more deaths than

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