Today lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths, both in the USA and worldwide. Tobacco smoking is known to be the leading culprit for this. However, African Americans, who smoke lesser number of cigarettes than the European Americans, are more prone to lung cancers. What makes them more vulnerable? Brid Ryan from National Cancer Institute, Maryland takes us through her molecular and physiological understanding of lung cancer across gender and ethnic backgrounds.
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