A reply to 'Lung cancer outcomes: Are BMI and race clinically relevant?'
The relationship between body-mass index and overall survival in non-small cell lung cancer by sex, smoking status, and race: A pooled analysis of 20,937 International lung Cancer consortium (ILCCO) patients
Body mass index (BMI), BMI change, and overall survival in patients with SCLC and NSCLC: A pooled analysis of the International Lung Cancer Consortium
Lung cancer risk in never-smokers of European descent is associated With genetic variation in the 5p15.33 TERT-CLPTM1Ll region
Genetic risk can be decreased: Quitting smoking decreases and delays lung cancer for smokers with high and low CHRNA5 risk genotypes — A meta-analysis
Associated links among smoking, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and small cell lung cancer: A pooled analysis in the International Lung Cancer Consortium
CHRNA5 risk variant predicts delayed smoking cessation and earlier lung cancer diagnosis—A meta-analysis
Increased risk of lung cancer in individuals with a family history of the disease: A pooled analysis from the International Lung Cancer Consortium