Many African-Americans diagnosed with lung cancer aren't getting the treatment that doctors say could save their lives. Blacks were 37-percent less likely than whites to get the recommended surgery and 42-percent less likely to undergo chemotherapy. Nearly 60-percent of African-Americans with later stages of the disease didn't get chemo.
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