Lung Cancer

Lung cancer, like most forms of cancer, is difficult to diagnose, so early detection is key. Smoking cigarettes is the cause of 80% of lung cancer cases. Avoiding smoking, secondhand smoke, testing your home for radon, and keeping up an overall healthy lifestyle are some of the best ways to prevent lung cancer. Below are some articles about the effects of smoking, screening tests, and the effects of lung cancer.

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Why You Should Know About Lung Cancer

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Catching Lung Cancer Early

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Epigenomics of Young Lung Cancer

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How Genomic Testing Helps Battle Cancer

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Should You Be Screened for Lung Cancer?

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COPD in Women and Men

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Robots Help Battle Lung Cancer

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Why Do Some People Have to be put on a Ventilator?

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Types of Lung Cancer

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Why are Certain Cancers so Hard to Detect?

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Symptoms of Lung Cancer

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The Effects in Smoker Lungs

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Are There Any Screening Tests for Lung Cancer?

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Radon & Lung Cancer

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Lung Cancer Evolution