The latest news on lung cancer
One in five women with lung cancer has never smoked, and the diagnosis rate among women is only increasing.
And Americans continue to die from smoking-related lung cancer, experts note
Finding tumors' genetic makeup allowed researchers to 'personalize' treatment
Study found the screening method to be 90 percent accurate, perhaps sparing some patients biopsies
Check for early stage lung and prostate malignancies isn't 'perfect', but could prove useful, clinicians say
Little-used depression drug shows early promise in lab, mice studies
Finding might offer doctors a 'practical tool,' researcher suggests
Yearly tests picked up malignant tumors sooner than X-rays, study found
Tumors with specific cell pattern might indicate need for more extensive procedure, study suggests
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