Lung cancer patients could receive more precise treatment, and their progress could be better tracked by using a new high-tech method of non-invasive medical imaging analysis, according to a new study.
Investigators have identified gene mutations (misspellings) and additional alterations associated with adenocarcinoma.
Researchers from The Cancer Genome Atlas Research Network have identified novel mutations in a well-known cancer-causing pathway in the most common subtype of lung cancer.
A new radiation technique appears to target tumor cells, leaving healthy cells unharmed, according to a new study in mice. The technique, known as FLASH, was developed by researchers at the Institute Curie in Paris, France.
Scientists have shown that a new drug could prove useful in treating small cell lung cancer, the most aggressive form of lung cancer.
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