Consideration of the Relationship of Smoking to Lung Cancer: With a Review of the Literature

Authors: R H RIGDON,M.D.


The argument over the place of cigarette smoking in the etiology of bronchogenic cancer continues to be waged and is far from settled. The author believes no good proof of the importance of smoking has been brought forth.

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