Lung Cancer News and Research

Latest Lung Cancer News and Research

Quitting smoking reverses lung cell damage even for decade-long smokers

Quitting smoking reverses lung cell damage even for decade-long smokers

Ex-smokers’ lungs can almost “magically” replenish themselves

Ex-smokers’ lungs can almost “magically” replenish themselves

Annual lung cancer screening with LDCT reduces lung cancer deaths

Annual lung cancer screening with LDCT reduces lung cancer deaths

Interleukin-1-beta-induced chronic inflammation promotes lung cancer metastasis

Interleukin-1-beta-induced chronic inflammation promotes lung cancer metastasis

Study shows protective cells reduce lung cancer risk in ex-smokers

Study shows protective cells reduce lung cancer risk in ex-smokers

When aid-in-dying is legal, but the medicine is out of reach

When aid-in-dying is legal, but the medicine is out of reach

Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in England

Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in England

New technology enhances visualization of lung cancer tissue, helps improve patient outcomes

New technology enhances visualization of lung cancer tissue, helps improve patient outcomes

Developing diagnostic tools based on science of the sniff

Developing diagnostic tools based on science of the sniff

RB1 alterations in cancer cells may lead to treatment resistance

RB1 alterations in cancer cells may lead to treatment resistance

Long-term air pollution makes rhinitis symptoms worse

Long-term air pollution makes rhinitis symptoms worse

Protein p38 plays key role in supporting lung cancer growth

Protein p38 plays key role in supporting lung cancer growth

Quitting smoking: Going it alone is not the best approach

Quitting smoking: Going it alone is not the best approach

'Innovative Research Award' helps CU scientists to explore BRAF inhibition resistance in brain cancer

'Innovative Research Award' helps CU scientists to explore BRAF inhibition resistance in brain cancer

UCR receives $2.2 million grant to target critical oncogenes of B-cell lymphoma 2

UCR receives $2.2 million grant to target critical oncogenes of B-cell lymphoma 2

WHO spells out most urgent health issues for the next 10 years

WHO spells out most urgent health issues for the next 10 years

NUS researchers discover new personalized tool for cancer diagnosis

NUS researchers discover new personalized tool for cancer diagnosis

Digital videos can be a vital source of cancer health education

Digital videos can be a vital source of cancer health education

Family doctors in rural America tackle crisis of addiction and pain

Family doctors in rural America tackle crisis of addiction and pain

Asbestos exposure through cosmetic talc associated with mesothelioma

Asbestos exposure through cosmetic talc associated with mesothelioma