Lung Cancer News and Research

Latest Lung Cancer News and Research

CancerVax may increase the survival of patients with advanced stage non-small-cell lung cancer

CancerVax may increase the survival of patients with advanced stage non-small-cell lung cancer

Cincinnati should go smoke-free

Cincinnati should go smoke-free

A drug derived from an ocean-growing sponge helps prevent the growth of cancer cells

A drug derived from an ocean-growing sponge helps prevent the growth of cancer cells

Educating patients can help limit side effects of chemotherapy and radiation

Educating patients can help limit side effects of chemotherapy and radiation

New information helps lung cancer patients better understand treatment

New information helps lung cancer patients better understand treatment

Maths, not medicine, could prevent fatal heart attacks

Maths, not medicine, could prevent fatal heart attacks

Secondhand smoke increases the risk of heart disease among non-smokers by as much as 60 percent

Secondhand smoke increases the risk of heart disease among non-smokers by as much as 60 percent

Doctors call on the British Government to make all workplaces smokefree

Doctors call on the British Government to make all workplaces smokefree

50,000 people in the U.S. with cancer, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis or hepatitis C will be eligible for a Medicare drug lottery

50,000 people in the U.S. with cancer, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis or hepatitis C will be eligible for a Medicare drug lottery

Australia will have some of the most graphic tobacco health warnings in the world

Australia will have some of the most graphic tobacco health warnings in the world

Stubbing out smoking in all American workplaces would save more than 2,420 lives and $280 million

Stubbing out smoking in all American workplaces would save more than 2,420 lives and $280 million

Sir Richard Doll awarded prestigious Shaw Prize for his contribution to modern cancer epidemiology

Sir Richard Doll awarded prestigious Shaw Prize for his contribution to modern cancer epidemiology

50 years of smoking research by Professor Richard Doll

50 years of smoking research by Professor Richard Doll

Cognitive decline can occur before chemotherapy treatment

Cognitive decline can occur before chemotherapy treatment

SARS siRNA studied further to help many respiratory diseases including lung cancer

SARS siRNA studied further to help many respiratory diseases including lung cancer

Racial and ethnic minorities, women, and the elderly were less likely to enroll in cancer clinical trials than whites, men, and younger patients

Racial and ethnic minorities, women, and the elderly were less likely to enroll in cancer clinical trials than whites, men, and younger patients

Stigma attached to lung cancer can have serious consequences on people's lives

Stigma attached to lung cancer can have serious consequences on people's lives

Chemotherapy regimen more effective and more toxic in Japanese patients than in American patients

Chemotherapy regimen more effective and more toxic in Japanese patients than in American patients

Drug Tarceva improves survival chance for patients with advanced lung cancer

Drug Tarceva improves survival chance for patients with advanced lung cancer

Cancer rates falling in the US

Cancer rates falling in the US