In "Focusing prevention of smoking in young best way to curb lung cancer," which ran in the November 2005 issue of Patient Education Management, it should have said there is a 3.9% chance of dying for a person who had a lung cancer detected by screening and resected in the I-ELCAP screening trial.
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