1. Where did you go to college at? - Cambridge University and Oxford Medical School.
2. Where do you currently work? -School of Medicine at Colorado University.
3. What type of work are you doing on lung cancer? - I have been working on testing lung cancer on a molecular level.
4. Why is this important? - This type of testing can provide new insight on this type of cancer, which can lead to many things, including helpful treatments.
Most research being done on lung cancer, is how to remove it in a more safe and efficient way. Since the lungs are needed for humans to breath, saving them is extremely important. Other current things being done, are massive campaigns against the use of tobacco products, because they are the leading cause of lung cancer.
http://www.medicinenet.com/lung_cancer/ar ticle.htm http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/types/lu ng
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