Filo photo: Dr. Raul Moas a pulmonary physician, stands next to an Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy equipment, used to detect lung cancer.
Filo photo: Dr. Raul Moas a pulmonary physician, stands next to an Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy equipment, used to detect lung cancer. Pedro Portal El Nuevo Herald
Filo photo: Dr. Raul Moas a pulmonary physician, stands next to an Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy equipment, used to detect lung cancer. Pedro Portal El Nuevo Herald

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