Nonsmoker? That doesn’t mean lung cancer won’t strike. There are many causes for lung cancer, and advanced treatment options, too. Add your voice –#CallOutCancer today.
What Dr. Kendal Hervert wants you to know about lung cancer
They include not believing everything you read on the internet and there is a new screening that can catch lung cancer in its earliest stages.
Local view: Take some advice from a lung cancer survivor
Five years ago last month, I lost my mom to lung cancer. On the anniversary, I completed radiation treatment for my own lung cancer.I have thought about Mom many times this month. I now have some better understanding of what she may have been feeling as she went through her journey. I emulate her fixations...
Why we need to pay attention to lung cancer
Together, we can get people to pay attention to lung cancer.
Why lung cancer is often detected late
Every year more men and women die from lung cancer than from colon, breast and prostate cancers combined – yet it’s one of the least funded and least researched cancers. Marking Lung Cancer Awareness Month, NBC’s Kate Snow joins TODAY to shine a spotlight on the disease – and the stigma it often carries.
Why non-smokers are getting lung cancer
Lung cancer is commonly associated with smoking. But rates of the disease among non-smokers – and women – are rising.
New model sheds light on how small cell lung cancer is initiated
Scientists from Weill Cornell Medicine have developed a stem-cell-based model of small cell lung cancer that will help them understand how the disease is initiated and how it progresses.
The truth about lung cancer: Debunking myths that still exist
In 2018, more than 230,000 Americans, including 7,000 Georgians, will be diagnosed with lung cancer. Despite its prevalence, there are still many myths surrounding this disease which is by far
Lung cancer can stay hidden for over 20 years: study
Lung cancer can lie dormant for over 20 years before suddenly turning into an aggressive form of the disease, a new study has claimed