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肺がん, 肺癌, 肺ガン, はいがん, はいガン

  • haigan,haigan


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • lung cancer

Examples of 肺がん,肺癌,肺ガン,はいがん,はいガン in a Sentence

A study shows lung cancer accounts for 17% of women's cancer deaths.
The surgeon operated on her for lung cancer.
My uncle died of lung cancer.
Is there a link between smoking and lung cancer?
If George doesn't stop smoking, he will run the risk of developing lung cancer.
Smoking is responsible for many cases of lung cancer.
He is afraid of getting lung cancer.
Smokers are far more likely to develop lung cancer than non-smokers are.
There is a connection between smoking and lung cancer.
He's got lung cancer.

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