Lung Cancer Research

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Non-Smokers with COPD are at High Risk of Getting Lung Cancer

The most prominent factor behind getting lung cancer is smoking. In addition to smokers, non-smokers are also getting affected by this deadly disease. [...]

New AI-Powered Blood Test to Detect Lung Cancer

New AI-Powered Blood Test to Detect Lung Cancer
One of the deadliest diseases is lung cancer which has affected people from all around the world. The earlier it is detected, the better chance of survival is [...]

Combating Small Cell Lung Cancer with Upfront Immunotherapy Options

SCLC, Small Cell Lung Cancer
Lung Cancer is the second most common form of cancer worldwide. Small-cell lung cancer (SCLC) represents about 10% to 15% of all lung cancers. It is a form of [...]

Simple Diamond Gap Finger Test Could Reveal Signs of Lung Cancer

Simple Diamond Gap Finger Test Could Reveal Signs of Lung Cancer
Early diagnosis of lung cancer helps to increase the survival rate among the patients. However, the most difficult part is identifying the disease at an early [...]

Researchers Identify Possible New Lung Cancer Treatment

Lung Cancer Treatment
Lung cancer is the second most common form of lung cancer found in men and women. According to the latest statistics, around 228000 new lung cancer cases and [...]

Pairing Lung and Breast Cancer Drugs More Effective in Killing Cancer Cells

Drugs
According to the new study, if the drugs used to treat breast and lung cancer are combined, they overcome resistance to treatment. The study is published in [...]

Researchers Trained Dogs Detect Lung Cancer With 97% Accuracy

Researchers Trained Dogs Detect Lung Cancer With 97% Accuracy
Non-small cell lung cancer is the second most common type of cancer among patients in the United States. Early diagnosis is crucial for timely treatment of [...]

Coffee and Lung Cancer? A New Study Finds Some Link

Coffee and Lung Cancer
A new study by researchers at Vanderbilt University has raised questions about the possible links between coffee and lung cancer. Vanderbilt is a highly [...]

Google AI to Detect Lung Cancer with 94% Accuracy

Lung Cancer
Lung Cancer is one of the deadliest cancers worldwide. It results in 1.7Mn deaths globally every year, according to World Health Organization. Alphabet’s [...]

Lung Cancer among Non-Smokers: 6000 Die Every Year

Lung cancer among non-smokers is more common than the general thinking. According to the experts at Public Health England, around 6000 people who have never [...]

Early CDT – New Test for Early Detection of Lung Cancer

The most effective way to get rid of lung cancer is its detection at an early stage. The earlier lung cancer diagnosis, the more are the chances for survival [...]

Latest Researches in Lung Cancer: Lung Cancer Awareness Month

November Lung Cancer Awareness Month
November is celebrated as Lung Cancer Awareness Month all over the world. The purpose is to raise awareness about this disease and help people to successfully [...]

Some Blood Pressure Medications Are Linked To Lung Cancer Risk

Blood Pressure Medications
Hypertension medications are used to lower blood pressure levels. But, according to a new report, some of the widely prescribed drugs for high blood pressure [...]

Research: Monitoring the Effect of Nivolumab in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

Blood Test Helps to Detect Lung Cancer at an Early Stage
Researchers all over the world are dedicatedly working towards improving survival rates of lung cancer patients. Now, the researchers from Osaka University [...]