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BOF: 32

A 65-year-old male presents with a chronic cough. He is a heavy smoker of over 40 cigarettes a day. CXR shows a peripheral right-sided lesion, which on CT guided lung biopsy, is shown to be squamous carcinoma. No regional lymph nodes are involved. Lung function tests show a FEV1 of less than 1.5 litres.

The treatment most likely to benefit this patient would be:

a)      Surgery

b)      Chemotherapy

c)      High dose radiotherapy

d)      Combination chemotherapy and radiotherapy

e)      Combination chemotherapy and surgery

 

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