Lohuwa Mamudu, assistant professor of public health will discuss “Disparities in Localized Malignant Lung Cancer Surgical Treatment: A Population-Based Cancer Registry Analysis” at the noon time faculty talk on Oct. 4 in the Pollak Library. Surgical treatment offers a favorable prognosis and five-year relative survival for lung cancer. However, disparities exist in the receipt of lung cancer surgical treatment. In this talk, Mamudu will highlight novel research findings on disparities in surgical treatment among patients diagnosed with localized malignant lung cancer. These findings provide a better understanding of factors influencing the receipt of surgical treatment for localized malignant lung cancer.
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