Let us not underestimate the long-term risk of SPLC after surgical resection of NSCLC

Lung cancer is the most common cause of cancer death worldwide1. Non-small cell lung carcinoma (NSCLC) accounts for around 85% of lung cancer cases. The standard treatment for patients with stage I and II NSCLC is surgery based, with or without postoperative chemotherapy depending on the pathological T and N status. Treatment for stage III NSCLC consists either of concurrent chemoradiation, or surgery with perioperative chemotherapy with or without thoracic radiotherapy2. After surgery, the 5-year survival rates range between 23 and 83%, depending on stage3.
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