Lung Cancer News and Research

Latest Lung Cancer News and Research

Smoking continues to be the largest single cause of death and disease in the EU

Smoking continues to be the largest single cause of death and disease in the EU

Software translates improved diagnostic information to better target radiation at cancer cells

Software translates improved diagnostic information to better target radiation at cancer cells

Cyclopamine, derived from the corn lily may treat and prevent basal cell carcinoma

Cyclopamine, derived from the corn lily may treat and prevent basal cell carcinoma

Fruit and vitamin C intake are likely to be useful for the prevention of stomach cancer

Fruit and vitamin C intake are likely to be useful for the prevention of stomach cancer

Researchers bridge the gap between magnetic resonance spectroscopy and latest techniques for delivering precise doses of radiation to tumors

Researchers bridge the gap between magnetic resonance spectroscopy and latest techniques for delivering precise doses of radiation to tumors

Adults with mental disorders have higher odds of being diagnosed with brain tumors and lung cancer

Adults with mental disorders have higher odds of being diagnosed with brain tumors and lung cancer

Combination of computer science and biology could aid cancer research

Combination of computer science and biology could aid cancer research

Researchers discover mechanism that may help to explain how angiogenesis inhibitors work on normal, blood vessel-forming endothelial cells

Researchers discover mechanism that may help to explain how angiogenesis inhibitors work on normal, blood vessel-forming endothelial cells

Men with advanced, incurable prostate cancer can benefit from docetaxel

Men with advanced, incurable prostate cancer can benefit from docetaxel

Radiation either before or after chemotherapy and surgery just as effective for treating lung cancer

Radiation either before or after chemotherapy and surgery just as effective for treating lung cancer

New statement published on nonmalignant diseases related to asbestos exposure

New statement published on nonmalignant diseases related to asbestos exposure

One in five people in the developed world will die of the diseases we call cancer

One in five people in the developed world will die of the diseases we call cancer

Biomira and Merck announce fast track status for liposome vaccine

Biomira and Merck announce fast track status for liposome vaccine

Research confirms benefits of commonly used traditional remedies for a range of illnesses

Research confirms benefits of commonly used traditional remedies for a range of illnesses

BMA calls for total ban of smoking in enclosed public places

BMA calls for total ban of smoking in enclosed public places

Phase II trials of the first second-generation antisense cancer drug to be used in patients soon to be underway

Phase II trials of the first second-generation antisense cancer drug to be used in patients soon to be underway

New guidelines for the treatment of patients with stroke and TIA

New guidelines for the treatment of patients with stroke and TIA

Arsenic could be toxic at much lower levels than previously thought

Arsenic could be toxic at much lower levels than previously thought

BMA Cymru Wales to launch no smoking campaign

BMA Cymru Wales to launch no smoking campaign

Overweight children up to five times more likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke before age of 65

Overweight children up to five times more likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke before age of 65