Research brief: Lung cancer more deadly in men

Women are less likely to die from lung cancer than men, US research has shown. Screening of 14,435 smokers found lung cancer was 50 per cent more prevalent in women than men. However, over an average four years of follow-up, men were almost twice as likely as women to die from the disease.

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