Lung cancer and baby boomers - what's the connection?
December 05, 2012
The popularity of smoking in the 1950s and 60s created a generation of smokers. For many baby boomers, cigarette smoke exposure has led to health problems in their later years. Even if boomers are able to kick the habit – or even if they never smoked at all – they still may be at risk of lung cancer.
Rachel Sanborn, M.D.
, thoracic oncologist and co-director of Providence Thoracic Oncology Program
, explains why baby boomers are affected.
View the KPTV news story.