Lung Cancer News & Features
Men with a high fitness level in midlife may have a lower risk for developing colorectal and lung cancer.
A decline in the proportion of patients with lung cancer meeting high-risk screening criteria has been found, suggesting that an increasing number of patients would not have been candidates for screening, according to a study.
FDA approves drug for NSCLC patients who have been treated with platinum-based chemotherapy
Interstitial lung disease appears to be a risk factor for radiation pneumonitis, a potentially life-threatening adverse effect of radiotherapy to the chest and thorax.
Guidelines called Lung-RADS, if used, would have generated considerably fewer false-positives than the National Lung Screening Trial produced, according to a recent study.
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