1) You don't like these stats ------>> You don't believe them. OK ... . But why would anybody believe you, an anonymous poster on the Internet?
2) What makes you say the US keep better stats than any other country in the world? That's bit arrogant to assert, no? What's your evidence to support this arrogance? We have statistical institutes in Europe, you know. We also get an education and know how to count. Actually statistics were developed in Europe. And anyway, you were actually saying that you were not believing these stats? So, do you or don't you believe them?
3) The sample size is not what matters as long as the result is a ratio (a "rate") rather than a volume (a "total number") That's the beauty of stats.
4) If you actually knew how to read, you would see that the stats are not about the number of people get lung cancer, but about the rate of those who die of lung cancer. There may be (maybe) less people who get lung cancer in the States but there are comparatively more who die of lung cancer - which, excuse me, is not surprising if so many people have no health insurance coverage or insufficient health coverage ... That's actually common sense.
5) Have you actually been to Europe?