Too Many Cases, Too Many Deaths: Lung Cancer in African Americans

African-Americans and Lung Cancer
African Americans suffer from lung cancer more than any other population group in the United States.

Disparities in Lung Health Series

Too Many Cases, Too Many Deaths: Lung Cancer in African Americans is part of the American Lung Association's Disparities in Lung Health Series of reports, which takes an in-depth look at a specific problem in a specific community. This report is a compilation of research examining lung cancer among African Americans and the need to eliminate this and other health disparities.

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