Article Abstract

Raymond U. Osarogiagbon: lung cancer is a global challenge that needs our close cooperation!

Authors: Brad Li


Every year, the number of people who die of lung cancer is more than the sum of that of breast, colon, and prostate cancers. Statistically, lung cancer is the second most common cancer that occurs in both male and female population. It is estimated by the American Cancer Society that there will be approximately 234,000 new cases of and 154,000 deaths from lung cancer in 2018 (1). The statistics are alarming and have come to the attention of lung cancer experts from all over the world.