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The therapy backfires in a newly defined subset of lung cancer patients who experience accelerated tumor growth indicative of hyperprogressive disease All toxic therapies have short, long-term and lateContinue reading
Like virtually all cancer procedures, prostatectomy, lumpectomy, etc. the success rate of freezing matastasized lung cancer tumors depends on the professional doing the procedure. Has your lung cancerContinue reading
“We were encouraged by the findings overall,” “And that advanced lung cancer patients undergoing treatment are not too sick to participate in a behavioral supportive intervention…” AContinue reading
Lung Cancer Patients treated at academic centers also had a lower risk of death;4-year Overall Survival rates were 25% and 19% among patients treated at academic and non-academic centers, respectively WhereContinue reading
“When lung cancer (LC) is caught in its earliest stages, before the tumors have spread to other organs…for many, outcomes are good. Through treatment, lung cancer can be cured… Yes, earlyContinue reading
Curcumin sensitizes lung cancer (LC) to cisplatin, disulfiram re-sensitizes lung cancer to cisplatin- both non-conventional therapies increase the efficacy of lung cancer to cisplatin… Einstein supposedlyContinue reading
So I signed up to undergo 28 separate daily treatments with Pencil Proton Therapy for my brain tumor. I will receive a total of 50 Grays after all the treatments are completed. Hi David: Thanks for yourContinue reading
“Adding fish oil resulted in a greater response rate at 60% compared with 25.8% with the SOC…Overall survival at 1 year trended toward improvement with fish oil compared with SOC” IfContinue reading
“For patients with stage III non-small-cell lung cancer, standard-dose chemoradiation therapy is better than high-dose treatment, with higher five-year overall survival rates” You’veContinue reading
“physicians should be cautious when monitoring the effects of therapy in elderly lung cancer patients because of an increased incidence of severe toxicity” It is not just elderly lung cancerContinue reading
“Patients with lung cancer (LC) are known to be at increased risk for venous thromboembolism (VTE). Venous thromboembolism is associated with increased risk for early mortality” If you’veContinue reading
“Radiotherapy treatment for lung cancer could have a negative effect on the health of your heart new research has found.” Radiation can kill cancer. This is a fact. But radiation also causesContinue reading