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      In Canada, lung cancer remains the leading cause of death from cancer for both genders and each year more people die of lung cancer than those of prostate cancer, breast cancer, and colorectal cancer combined. Lung cancer, along with asthma and COPD, cost the Canadian economy a staggering $12 billion in 2010, and than 6 percent of Canada’s welfare bill is taken up by chronic lung disease care.

      Read more about the economic impact of lung cancer here: “The Economic Impact of Lung Disease

      Were you aware lung cancer was so costly for the general population? Do you think if more people knew about this information that efforts would increase to fund research into chronic illnesses?

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