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Articles That Discuss Lung Cancer

Vitamin D, Pulmonary Inflammation and Lung Cancer

People can get the nutrient from their food, vitamin pills or being out in the sunshine. Researchers found that the lung cancer patients with high intake who had surgery during the summer were more than

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Metformin Improves Lung Cancer Survival by 66%

Activation of the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) pathway is an important and early event in tobacco carcinogen–induced lung tumorigenesis, and therapies that target mTOR could be effective

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Lung Cancer Patients W/ Self-Confidence Do Better

This study examined self-efficacy for managing pain, symptoms, and function in patients with lung cancer and their caregivers, and associations between self-efficacy and patient and caregiver adjustment.

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Lung Cancer Chemo and Radiation Synergy Enhances Overall Survival-

people with lung cancer that had already spread to other parts of the body showed that radiation therapy added to chemo dramatically slowed the time until these cancers progressed further According to

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African-Americans- Lung Cancer

“These differences in treatment for African Americans for lung cancer are more important than the genetic differences by far- staging, surgery and chemo will make a greater impact than genetics… The

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Lung Cancer- anti-angiogenic therapy

“The use of targeted therapies, particularly those against the key mediator of angiogenesis, has the potential to improve outcomes for nonsmall cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients.” When the

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Half of Lung Cancer Patients Die Despite Curative Resection

– Patients with non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) who don't have recurrence for 5 years after resection may not yet be free and clear. Some patients with certain tumor characteristics are at

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