Malignancy After Lung Transplantation : A Literature Review

  title={Malignancy After Lung Transplantation : A Literature Review},
  • Published 2012
Background: Over the past two decades there have been significant improvements in the quality of life and long-term survival of lung transplant patients. Nevertheless, it has been noted that a number of malignancies have developed in lung-transplant recipients pursuant to lung transplantations. It is therefore important for medical practitioners, other health care workers, and the public to be aware and well informed about the types of malignancies that develop after lung transplantation. Aim… CONTINUE READING
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