Category Archives for Lung Cancer

Breakthrough therapies-Lung Cancer

Diagnosing and Treating Your Specific Type of Lung Cancer May be the Path to Longer Overall Survival, Fewer Side Effects, or Both- While breast and prostate cancer are diagnosed more often in the U.S.

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Early Lung Cancer, SBRT if Surgery is Not an Option

Stereotactic body radiation therapy provided an extremely high rate of local control (98%) at 3 years in a small trial of patients with inoperable early-stage lung cancer, according to the results of a

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Enhance, Integrate Lung Cancer Chemo w/ Resveratrol

Above all, resveratrol enhanced the effects of cisplatin on inhibition of cancer cell proliferation, induction of cell apoptosis. If you have been diagnosed with lung cancer, at any stage, your challenge

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Lung Cancer Diet-

“Squamous cell lung cancers (SqCC), are glucose-DEpendent, while adenocarcinoma NSCLC tumors are largely glucose-INdependent, You or a loved one has been diagnosed with lung cancer (LC). While you

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Post Op Chemo Adds Survival to Early Lung Cancer

This meta-analysis demonstrates that postoperative chemotherapy without radiotherapy improves survival of stage I–II, I, and IB non-small cell lung cancer patients, but not for IA… First, the

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Lung Cancer and CT Scans-Are they worth it?

“There was 354 lung cancer deaths among those who received CT scans and 442 among those who got X-rays.” I will be honest. I read studies all the time that indicate that early screening for

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Vitamin B Serum Blood Levels as Lung Cancer Therapy

“Conclusion-Serum levels of vitamin B6 and methionine were inversely associated with risk of lung cancer (LC).” If, as the study below states, serum  (blood) levels of vitamin B (B2, B6, folate

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Curcumin, Integrative Therapies, Can Overcome Multidrug-Resistance In Lung Cancer

Curcumin extracted from the rhizomes of Curcuma longa L. has been shown to have inhibitory effects on cancers through its anti-proliferative and pro-apoptotic activities. Emerging evidence demonstrates

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Lung Cancer, Immunotherapy, Results, Cost, Side Effects

“They (immunotherapy) cost more than $100,000 a year, can have serious side effects and help only some patients, generally fewer than half. But when the drugs work, responses can be long-lasting,

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Sugar Feeds Non-small Cell Lung Cancer?

Kim and his collaborators initially set out to investigate differences in metabolism between two major subtypes of non-small cell lung cancer—adenocarcinoma (ADC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SqCC) Is

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