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Poor Quality of Life Doesn't Predict Low Survival Rates in High-Risk Lung Cancer Patients Undergoing Surgery

High-risk operable lung cancer patients have poorer quality of life scores than the normal U.S. population. However surgery can still be undertaken safely: Low global quality of life scores were not associated with lower survival, recurrence-free rate, or for higher risk for adverse events following sublobar resection, a major surgical procedure.
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