Lung Cancer: What Everyone Should Know About Screening Options
In honor of Lung Cancer Awareness Month and in an effort to help more Americans learn about this disease, we asked Dr. Andrea McKee what everyone should know about lung cancer screening.
How Cuba Could Help Prevent Lung Cancer In The U.S.
5 Facts About Lung Cancer
A Rush oncologist discusses some important concerns about lung cancer: who is at risk — not just people who smoke tobacco — how it's treated and why early detection is the best defense.
5 Myths about Radon and Lung Cancer
Learn about the connection between radon and the risk of lung cancer.
Why we need to pay attention to lung cancer
Together, we can get people to pay attention to lung cancer.
Lung Cancer Living Room
Topic: Does my Tumor Have a Biomarker Speaker: Dr. Karen Kelly- UC Davis Cancer Center Looking for One on One Support, please call our Lung Cancer HelpLine: ...
What Causes Lung Cancer
Anyone can get lung cancer. Lung cancer occurs when cells in the lung mutate or change.
What Is Unresectable Lung Cancer?
Find out why your doctor may tell you that you can't get surgery for your lung cancer, and learn about other treatments that can slow your cancer.
Tips to Prevent Lung Cancer
Preventing lung cancer isn't just about not smoking (although that is key).
Can How Long You Sleep Predict If You’ll Die Of Lung Cancer?
The Top 9 Causes of Lung Cancer
Smoking may be the leading cause of lung cancer, but other factors can also increase your risk.
Who Should Be Screened for Lung Cancer?
If you're concerned about lung cancer, here's what you need to know about screening tests.
What is asbestos related lung cancer?
We often get asked about asbestos-related lung cancer, what it is, can they claim even though they smoked? Because of this, we have tried to answer…
What is Small-Cell Lung Cancer?
About 10% to 15% of all lung cancers are Small-Cell Lung Cancer (SCLC), known as for the size of the tissues of cancer when seen under a minute contact lens. Other headings for SCLC are oat cell cancer, oat cell carcinoma, and little cell undifferentiated carcinoma. SCLC often starts in the lung near the center of stomach area, and it tends to distribute widely through the body fairly early in the course. Risk Factors for Small-Cell Lung Cancer A risk element is anything…
Debunking Common Lung Cancer Myths
Knowing the Facts Can be Lifesaving When it Comes to Lung Cancer Lung cancer is the number one cancer killer of men and women in the United States. It also causes more preventable deaths than any other cancer in the U.S., according to the American Cancer Society It’s no secret that the biggest way to lower your risk of getting lung cancer is to quit smoking. Smoking is the cause of 80% of all lung cancer deaths in women and 90% in…
Are nuts the answer to avoiding lung cancer?
Nut intake may be associated with a reduced risk of lung cancer in men, especially small-cell carcinoma.
How Are Lung Cancer And Mesothelioma Different?
Although lung cancer and mesothelioma share a lot of the same characteristics, they are caused by different factors and progress in different ways.
Lung Cancer: Not What You Think
Many of us know lung cancer statistics far too well. We have witnessed them firsthand and have lost far too many people to this devastating disease. But others may not know that lung cancer is the leading cancer killer, taking more than 400 of our friends and family members every single day in this country alone.
Should you be screened for lung cancer?
Use this tool to help you ponder the pros and cons of lung cancer screening.
How Is Lung Cancer Different in Women?
Did you know that lung cancer in women is vastly different from lung cancer in men? Check out some of these differences.