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Is research for lung cancer treatments still going on?

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Researchers continuously look for better ways to treat lung cancer, to ease symptoms, and to improve quality of life. They constantly examine new combinations of chemotherapy, new forms of radiation, and drugs that make cancer cells more sensitive to radiation.

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National Cancer Institute. 

National Institutes of Health. 

WebMD Medical Reference from the American College of Physicians: “Section 12 VIII Lung Cancer.”

News release, FDA.

American Cancer Society.

American Lung Association. 

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on September 20, 2019

SOURCES: 

National Cancer Institute. 

National Institutes of Health. 

WebMD Medical Reference from the American College of Physicians: “Section 12 VIII Lung Cancer.”

News release, FDA.

American Cancer Society.

American Lung Association. 

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on September 20, 2019

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