Inflammatory Biomarkers From Lung Cancer, Depression May Predict Survival Outcomes
The inflammation associated with lung cancer and depression may impact survival, despite treatments like immunotherapy and targeted therapies.
Taking Cancer Support to a New Level
Supportive care commonly addresses physical symptoms associated with lung cancer and side effects associated with cancer therapy.
Early Supportive Care Extends Life, Eases Cancer Symptoms
More awareness is needed to understand the benefits of both supportive care and palliative care in lung cancer.
Doing More With Less in Lung Cancer Surgery
For some patients with non-small cell lung cancer, removing part of the lobe rather than the entire lobe still provides benefit, study results show.
The Way of the Future for Treating Early-Stage NSCLC
Treatment for patients with non-small cell lung cancer has evolved to include immunotherapy after surgery and chemotherapy.
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