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Clinicopathologic Characteristics of EGFR Mutations in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) in Central New York

solid growth. Most of the patients in this study had a history of smoking (91%). The prevalence of smoking in Central New York was 22.9% when surveyed from 2013-2014.16 This is higher than the national prevalence of smoking in the United States at 15.1% in 2015.17 The higher prevalence of smoking may contribute to the decreased detection of EGFR mutations in this study. Mutations seen in smokers with lung cancer include p53, CDKN2 and FHIF, rather than EGFR mutations.18 The rate of lung cancer in

Daniel J. Zaccarini, Brittany Depasquale, Aarati Poudel, Steven Graziano, Shengle Zhang

North American Journal of Medicine and Science , ISSUE 1, 1–5

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