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    • Comparing Benefits from Many Possible Computed Tomography Lung Cancer Screening Programs: Extrapolating from the National Lung Screening Trial Using Comparative Modeling 

      McMahon, Pamela M.; Meza, Rafael; Plevritis, Sylvia K.; Black, William C.; Tammemagi, C. Martin; Erdogan, Ayca; ten Haaf, Kevin; Hazelton, William; Holford, Theodore R.; Jeon, Jihyoun; Clarke, Lauren; Kong, Chung Yin; Choi, Sung Eun; Munshi, Vidit N.; Han, Summer S.; van Rosmalen, Joost; Pinsky, Paul F.; Moolgavkar, Suresh; de Koning, Harry J.; Feuer, Eric J. (Public Library of Science, 2014)
      Background: The National Lung Screening Trial (NLST) demonstrated that in current and former smokers aged 55 to 74 years, with at least 30 pack-years of cigarette smoking history and who had quit smoking no more than 15 ...
    • Impact of Reduced Tobacco Smoking on Lung Cancer Mortality in the United States During 1975–2000 

      Moolgavkar, Suresh H.; Holford, Theodore R.; Levy, David T.; Foy, Millenia; Clarke, Lauren; Jeon, Jihyoun; Hazelton, William D.; Meza, Rafael; Schultz, Frank; McCarthy, William; Boer, Robert; Gorlova, Olga; Kimmel, Marek; de Koning, Harry J.; Feuer, Eric J.; Kong, Chung Yin; Gazelle, Guy Scott; McMahon, Pamela Markell (Oxford University Press, 2012)
      Background: Considerable effort has been expended on tobacco control strategies in the United States since the mid-1950s. However, we have little quantitative information on how changes in smoking behaviors have impacted ...