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  title={most frequent cancers Lung Cervix uteri Cervix uteri Lip , oral cavity Breast Breast Other pharynx Ovary Lip , oral cavity Oesophagus Lip , oral cavity Lung Stomach Oesophagus Oesophagus},
  author={D Behera},
In the beginning of the century, lung cancer was considered to be rare.1 But now it has reached epidemic proportions. This is the leading cause of cancer death in developed countries and is rising in alarming rates in developing countries.2 Estimates of the worldwide incidence and mortality from 27 cancers in 2008 have been prepared for 182 countries as part of the GLOBOCAN series published by the International Agency for Research on Cancer recent. Results for 20 world regions, summarizing the… 

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