Which Lung Cancer Groups Should Get Radiation?
For patients with lung cancer that is limited in its spread, radiation may help. But exactly who should try it, and when?
Liquid Biopsies are a Promising Method for Analyzing What Drives Cancers
WE HAVE KNOWN THAT cancers evolve since we first started treating them with chemotherapy in the 1940s — and that, after responding, they could become resistant to treatment.
Immunotherapy is Eclipsing Chemotherapy in First-Line Lung Cancer Treatment
Living Under a Cloud: Examining Air Pollution's Effects on Lung Cancer
Air pollution may shorten the lives of those with early-stage lung cancer.
Lending a Hand: Lung Cancer Advocacy Groups Help Those in Need
Advocacy groups are making a difference in the lung cancer community. What can they do for you?
Quitting Smoking Is Possible and Reduces Cancer Risk
No matter how long you've been a smoker, quitting is still possible and the anti-cancer benefits are huge.
Hanging on for Dear Life: The Evolving Role of Immunotherapy and Targeted Therapy for Lung Cancer
The role of immunotherapies and targeted treatments in lung cancer is evolving at breakneck speed.
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