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patients, those who live in urban environments are more

likely to access to health care with high quality. Most tertiary

hospitals which can provide optimal level treatments are

located in urban areas. However, the five-year survival of

lung cancer in urban China was still as low as 19.5%.

In conclusion, in view of the high prevalence of tobacco

smoking and serious air pollution, policy-makers for lung

cancer health policy in the China government might focus on

both smoking cessation, improving air quality and the early

detection of lung cancer. l

Dr Ya-guang Fan, MD, PhD is Associate Professor of Tianjin Lung

Cancer Institute, Tianjin Medical University General Hospital,

Tianjin, China. He received a PhD in epidemiology from the

Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical

College Beijing, China in 2007. His research interests are lung

cancer early detection and the occupational epidemiology of lung

cancer.

Dr Hao Liang, MD, PhD is an assistant research fellow at the

Sichuan Lung Cancer Center, West China Hospital, Sichuan

University, Sichuan, China since January 2015. She previously

worked for China CDC and the Ministry of Health, focusing on

noncommunicable disease prevention and control, especially in

cancer prevention, early detection and treatment, and policy. She

received her PhD as epidemiologist from the Peking Union

Medical College, Beijing, China.

Professor You-lin Qiao, MD, PhD is Professor and Director for

Department of Cancer Epidemiology, National Cancer Center,

Cancer Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and

Peking Union Medical College Beijing, China. He trained for 11

years at the Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and

Public Health and Cancer Prevention Studies Branch, NCI/NIH,

USA. He is also director of International Collaboration

Department, Cancer Foundation of China. He received 2011

WHO/IARC Medal of Honour.

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