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Lung Cancer Health Center

News and Features Related to Lung Cancer

  1. Veggies in Diet May Cut Lung Cancer Risk

    Sept. 27, 2005 -- The health perks of eating your vegetables may include a lower risk of lung cancer, new research shows. The finding, published in The Journal of the American Medical Association, isn't written in stone. More work is needed to check the results, write Matthew Schabath, PhD, and coll

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  2. Broccoli May Fight Lung Cancer

    Sept. 15, 2005 -- New research shows that a family of compounds found in broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables -- like cauliflower and watercress -- may stop the spread of lung cancer and lead to new treatments for the deadly disease. Diets rich in fiber and vegetables have been associated with

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  3. New Drug May Stop Spread of Lung Cancer

    Sept. 1, 2005 - A new drug may stop the spread of lung cancer by blocking an enzyme that prevents cancer cells from dying. Early tests of the drug in mice show that the active ingredient, a compound called GRN163L, works quickly and may eventually be useful after surgery or chemotherapy/radiation th

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  4. Procedure May Gauge Extent of Lung Cancer

    Aug. 23, 2005 -- Efforts to rein in lung cancer, the No. 1 cause of cancer death for U.S. men and women, continue to be a top health priority for doctors and patients alike. The latest finding: A minimally invasive procedure may help gauge lung cancer stage, which could curb unneeded surgery in some

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  5. Better Predictor of Lung Cancer Survival?

    Aug. 9, 2005 -- Data from lung images may help predict lung cancer survival, according to researchers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The finding is "provocative" and requires more research, write Robert James Cerfolio, MD, FACS, FCCP, and colleagues in The Journal of Thoracic and Card

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  6. Screening, Treating, & Surviving Lung Cancer

    Aug. 9, 2005 -- Lung cancer has entered the headlines with the recent death of news anchor Peter Jennings and an announcement by Christopher Reeve's widow, Dana. Lung cancer is the No. 1 cause of cancer deaths for U.S. men and women. Health professionals agree that smoking greatly raises the risk of

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  7. Lung Cancer Drug May Improve Survival

    July 13, 2005 -- Researchers report that a lung cancer drug called Tarceva may extend patients' lives with advanced non-small cell lung cancer. Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in North America, write the researchers in The New England Journal of Medicine. Most lung cancers (nearly

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  8. Wood Smoke Tied to Lung Cancer in Nonsmokers

    July 11, 2005 -- Mexican researchers say wood smoke may cause lung cancer in nonsmokers. Javier Delgado, MSc, and colleagues report the finding in Chest. They work at Mexico's Instituto Nacional de Enfermedades Respiratorias. Most of the nonsmoking lung cancer patients they saw were rural Mexican wo

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  9. Lung Cancer in Black Relative Ups Family's Risk

    June 21, 2005 -- Men and women with a black brother, sister, child, or parent who had lung cancer before age 50 may have a higher risk of lung cancer. That's also true for families with a white relative who had lung cancer at an early age. But the risk is twice as high for relatives of black patient

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  10. FDA Limits Use of Lung Cancer Drug Iressa

    June 20, 2005 -- People newly diagnosed with lung cancer should not take the lung cancer drug Iressa, according to new limitations placed on the drug by the FDA. Following results of a large study that showed Iressa did not help people with the disease live longer, the FDA says only lung cancer pati

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