How I dealt with my worst lung cancer symptom and side effect
For Stephanie Cervantes, the worst parts of having lung cancer were the pain caused by her tumors and the itchy skin rash she developed as a side effect of immunotherapy. Here’s how she dealt with those issues.
Scientists discover gene that stops spread of deadly lung cancer
Lung cancer has a poor survival rate because it often spreads quickly to other parts of the body. Now scientists have discovered a gene that may stop it.
Everyone knows smoking causes lung cancer, but what about infertility and arthritis?
Most people know smoking causes lung cancer and heart disease. But less than a third of Australians realise it can also cause acute leukaemia and rheumatoid arthritis, a study has found.
Researchers discover novel mechanism that causes malignant pleural effusion in lung cancer patients
Lung cancer patients are particularly susceptible to malignant pleural effusion, when fluid collects in the space between the lungs and the chest wall. Researchers at the Helmholtz Zentrum München, in partnership with the German Center for Lung Research, have discovered a novel mechanism that causes this to happen.
Lung cancer a top killer of women in developed countries
Breast cancer is no longer the leading cause of cancer deaths for females living in Westernized nations
Preoperative smoking intervention techniques improve outcomes for lung cancer patients
Details regarding TJC’s decision to reinstate the individual mechanical thrombectomy volume eligibility requirement are summarized.
Why we need to pay attention to lung cancer
Together, we can get people to pay attention to lung cancer.
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'Great joy': Man receives wish to be baptized days before dying of lung cancer
“It brings me complete comfort and peace because I know where he is going now,” the man's sister said.
Blood test could provide cheaper, better way for doctors to manage lung cancer
A technique developed at Stanford for detecting the genetic profiles of tumor cells sifted from the bloodstream could offer a valuable tool for the clinic and the lab.
Why do non-smokers get lung cancer?
Smoking is by far the leading risk factor for lung cancer, but twenty-percent of the people who die from lung cancer each year have never smoked or used any other form of tobacco.
A vaccine to stop lung cancer? Here’s what it’s made of, Mississippi researcher says.
Lung cancer is the biggest cancer killer in the country, but there are evidence-based policies, which include taxes, that can act as a vaccine, says a tobacco researcher from Mississippi State University.