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Lung Cancer

William C. Alford Jr, MD
JAMA. 1986;255(12):1637-1638. doi:10.1001/jama.1986.03370120115038.
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This first volume of collected topics in general thoracic surgery is reminiscent of the Clinics of North America series. The editors state a wish to bridge the gap between textbook and journal information on noncardiac thoracic surgery topics and have a way to update the information periodically. A board of editors from North America, Europe, and elsewhere was selected "to make certain that important advances can be drawn to the attention of thoracic surgeons around the world as quickly as possible." Lung cancer is the subject of the first volume, and ten additional subjects are noted for future publication. The rate of publishing is not mentioned.

Since not all aspects of lung cancer are rapidly changing and controversial, some of the 27 chapters contain little, if any, new material. Histogenesis and staging are important aspects of lung cancer, but new material is rare. The chapters on certain aspects of surgical

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