lung cancer

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carcinoma of the lungs

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To date, LCRF has provided more than 240 grants totaling nearly $20 million in support of lung cancer research in the United States and internationally.
One of his ultimate goals was to see a national screening programme for lung cancer in the UK.
Joan's Legacy is committed to fighting lung cancer by searching for a cure and focusing greater attention on the world's leading cancer killer.
By the time lung cancer is typically discovered, it has spread to lymph nodes or other organs.
A study of medical records at Johns Hopkins Hospital found 92 patients who had HIV and were diagnosed with lung cancer at the hospital.
Of the cancers, lung cancer remains the deadliest, taking the lives of more than 154,000 Americans each year.
In subjects who never smoked, a 63% reduction in the incidence of lung cancer was seen in those with the highest intakes of alpha-carotene.
Regina Ziegler and co-workers analyzed the diets that 763 men recalled eating before they were diagnosed with lung cancer.
Fore Pharma's latest report 'Global Non-small Cell Lung Cancer Drug Pipeline Capsule - 2012 Update' provides most up-to-date information on key Research and Development activities (R&D) in the global Non-small Cell Lung Cancer market.
1990 - The charity was founded as the Lung Cancer Fund by Professor Ray Donnelly, a thoracic surgeon working in Liverpool, to raise awareness of lung cancer, to promote research and to provide support for patients and their families.
About 60 percent of people diagnosed with lung cancer die within a year, and nearly 75 percent die within 2 years.
We present the case of a 72-year-old Navajo male who worked for 17 years as an underground uranium miner and who developed lung cancer 22 years after leaving the industry.
The workers in these jobs around these test stands had a higher risk of having lung cancer,'' said principal investigator Hal Morgenstern, a professor of epidemiology at the UCLA School of Public Health.