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Lung cancers are carcinomas that derive from epithelial cells with small-cell lung carcinoma (SCLC), and non-small-cell lung carcinoma (NSCLC) being the main types. The estimated deaths from lung cancer is 159,480 (87,260 in men and 72,220 among women), accounting for about 27% of all cancer death. Worldwide, there are 2.28 million new cases of lung cancer annually, with 1.59 million deaths, making lung cancer a leading cause of cancer-related mortality and account for an estimate of about 14% of all new cancer. Tobacco use, particularly of smoking, is the main contributor to lung cancer; however, a significant number of non-smoking individuals are reported with lung cancer. Males show higher mortality rate because of increased risk of lung cancer associated with cigarette smoking . Only peer-reviewed general are accepted for publication. This process facilitates the meticulous evaluation of the content in the article there by maintaining high quality of the journal. Scholarly journals which publish original scientific work are called as research articles and those which revise already existing data in brief are known as review articles. Both these articles follow a formal specific and unambiguous format to avoid bias and confusion. All the data like graphs, reports and tables are presented to support the content. Usually advertising is not seen but can be added only if it is relevant to the field. OMICS Group International is one of the leading Open Access Publishers which is publishing 700+ peer-reviewed journals with the dramatic effort of world quality editorial board members. Molecular Biology publishes original research, review, and Short communication, Case study in the field of molecular biology.
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