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PET Scans Aid In Diagnosis Of Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer Patients

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January 4, 2001
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American Society Of Clinical Oncology
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PET scanning is much more accurate in determining how far lung cancer has spread than any other diagnostic technique, and should be the standard of care, according to an Australian research team.

PET scanning is much more accurate in determining how far lung cancer has spread than any other diagnostic technique, and should be the standard of care, according to an Australian research team.


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