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Lung Cancer Health Center

News and Features Related to Lung Cancer

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Electronic Nose May Sniff Out Lung Cancer

    June 1, 2005 -- Detecting lung cancer soon may be as easy as taking a breath. A new study shows that an experimental "electronic nose" can detect lung cancer in the exhaled breath of people with the disease. Researchers say the device detects unique "smellprints" found in the exhaled breath of peopl

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  4. Secondhand Smoke Hurts Heart Like Smoking

    May 23, 2005 -- The heart just doesn't like smoking, no matter who's doing it. That's the take-home message of a review of research about secondhand smoke's cardiac toll. The report -- published in Circulation -- documents a long list of heart hazards from secondhand smoke. Wisp for wisp, secondhand

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  5. Can Chest X-Rays Find Lung Cancer Early?

    April 8, 2005 -- When the news that Peter Jennings had lung cancer hit earlier this week, many WebMD users asked why doctors don't use chest X-rays to diagnose lung cancer at an early stage, when it's more treatable. WebMD turned to cancer expert Harold Burstein, MD, assistant professor of medicine

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  6. Peter Jennings Has Lung Cancer

    April 5, 2005 -- ABC news anchor Peter Jennings today said he has lung cancer. Jennings, 66, learned of the diagnosis only yesterday afternoon. He will begin outpatient chemotherapy next week, according to an ABC news release. Jennings expects to stay on the air as his condition permits. In an email

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  7. Why the Lung Cancer Gender Gap?

    Mar. 7, 2005 -- Does lung cancer lung cancer affect men and women differently? Yes, a new study shows. On one hand, women have better survival rates at every stage (or extent) of the disease. But fewer men are getting lung cancer than before, while women's rates are still dangerously high. "Traditio

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  8. Blocking Estrogen May Stop Lung Cancer Growth

    Feb. 15, 2005 -- Blocking the effects of estrogen may offer a new way to stop lung cancer growth and reduce deaths from the disease, according to two new studies. The results show estrogen may trigger growth in lung cancer cells much in the same way that estrogen causes breast cancer cells to grow a

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  9. Lung Cancer Drug Iressa Fails Test.

    Dec. 21, 2004 - A lung cancer drug recently approved under the FDA's accelerated approval process has failed to provide any benefits for those taking it in a major clinical trial. The results of the trial, released last week, show that the lung cancer patients who took the drug Iressa did not live a

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  10. Lung Cancer May Run in Families

    Dec. 21, 2004 -- Having a relative with lung cancer may more than triple your risk of developing the deadly disease, according a new study. Although smoking cigarettes or using other tobacco products is the biggest contributing risk to lung cancer risk, researchers say genetics may also play a role.

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