The Global e-Atlas is our interactive summary of global lung cancer rates, survival and treatment around the world.View
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Lung cancer causes more deaths than breast and prostate cancer put together.
Every 30 seconds, someone, somewhere in the world dies of lung cancer
40% of teen smokers who continue to smoke will not live to claim their pension.
Only 1 in every 10 people with lung cancer are alive 5 years after diagnosis.
Women smokers are twice as likely to develop lung cancer than male smokers.
Women have a more difficult time overcoming nicotine addiction.