Sleep disordered breathing and nocturnal hypoxemia are associated with an increased risk of lung cancer.

M. Perez Warnisher (Madrid, Spain), L. Giraldo-Cadavid (Bogotá, Colombia), H. Oliveros (Cundinamarca, Colombia), E. Cabezas (Madrid, Spain), F. Troncoso (Madrid, Spain), T. Gómez (Madrid, Spain), R. Melchor (Madrid, Spain), E. Pinillos (Madrid, Spain), A. El Hachem (Madrid, Spain), C. Gotera (Madrid, Spain), P. Rodriguez (Madrid, Spain), N. González-Mangado (Madrid, Spain), G. Peces-Barba (Madrid, Spain), L. Seijo (Madrid, Spain)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Lung cancer: personalised medicine
Session: Lung cancer: personalised medicine
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 2229
Disease area: Sleep and breathing disorders

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M. Perez Warnisher (Madrid, Spain), L. Giraldo-Cadavid (Bogotá, Colombia), H. Oliveros (Cundinamarca, Colombia), E. Cabezas (Madrid, Spain), F. Troncoso (Madrid, Spain), T. Gómez (Madrid, Spain), R. Melchor (Madrid, Spain), E. Pinillos (Madrid, Spain), A. El Hachem (Madrid, Spain), C. Gotera (Madrid, Spain), P. Rodriguez (Madrid, Spain), N. González-Mangado (Madrid, Spain), G. Peces-Barba (Madrid, Spain), L. Seijo (Madrid, Spain). Sleep disordered breathing and nocturnal hypoxemia are associated with an increased risk of lung cancer.. 2229

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