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People in cancer treatment during hurricanes have lower survival rates
Delay in treatment during natural disasters can be detrimental for certain cancer patients.
Poor lung cancer screening guidelines miss too many African American smokers
African American smokers tend to smoke fewer cigarettes, but have a higher risk of lung cancer.
Vapes are full of flavors—and fungi
Your lungs could be the ones to suffer.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg just had cancer surgery—here’s why she should be okay
The Supreme Court Justice had malignant pulmonary nodes removed.
Taking loads of vitamin B could increase your risk of lung cancer
The price of supplements might be pretty steep.
Smoking still kills over 6 million people a year
Put down that butt
Two thirds of cancer mutations result from completely random DNA mistakes
An increased focus on early detection will be needed to effectively treat the disease
E-cigarettes might actually be a safe tool for quitting smoking
A study suggests that longterm e-cigarette use is safer than traditional smoking
Human patient treated with CRISPR gene editing for the first time
Chinese researchers hope the tool will help fight cancer
Convincing Lung Cancer To Commit Suicide
Researchers have developed a method to kill lung carcinomas using a viral ‘suicide gene’