[Prevention of lung cancer--primary and secondary prevention].

  • Susumu Tominaga
  • Published 2000 in
    Nihon rinsho. Japanese journal of clinical…


Prevention consists of primary and secondary prevention. For primary prevention of lung cancer, smoking control is considered to be most important and effective. If the present level of smokers in adults Japanese (52.8% in males and 13.4% in females) is decreased to the 50% level of the present level as it was once planned in "the Healthy Japanese 21", 32.3… (More)


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