The Faces of Change: Advocating On Capitol Hill for Patients With Lung Cancer
American Lung Association’s Advocacy Day attendees push Congress for better lung cancer research funding.
Exercise Eases Treatment-Related Fatigue, Shortness of Breath
Exercise prior to radiation treatment can help patients better handle the side effects of treatment.
Precision Through Incision: Advances in Surgical Techniques to Treat Lung Cancer
Less invasive surgery and more focused radiation can ease treatment for patients with lung cancer — at any stage.
The Role of RET Rearrangements in Lung Cancer
An expert explains how a better grasp of the gene alteration leads to better lung cancer treatments.
Supporting Strangers With Lung Cancer
Peer-to-peer connections bring unique benefits for patients coping with lung cancer.
A Simpler Way to Sample: Liquid Biopsies in Lung Cancer
Liquid biopsies are easier on patients, yield faster results and cost less than tissue biopsies, but these blood draws don’t yet replace traditional tests.
Findings Link High BMI to Better Immunotherapy Outcomes in NSCLC
The findings of a new study add to the growing evidence of the "obesity paradox" in patients with cancer who have a high body mass index but have better outcomes on immunotherapy.
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