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  • 11.1.11

    Lung cancer targets more than just smokers

    USA Today | Laura Unger

    While at home recovering from chemotherapy for lung cancer, Debbie Best learned in May that her husband, Ray, had the same disease — even though neither had ever smoked. Doctors say the chances of two nonsmokers in the same family developing lung cancer are about one in 10,000, and they aren’t sure what caused it.

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