Results for "Lung Cancer"

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Busting 7 Myths About Lung Cancer
Although lung cancer is the second most common cancer and the leading cause of cancer death worldwide, there are still many myths about the disease. Lung...
Oct 30
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Is Secondhand Smoke Increasing Your Risk of Lung Cancer?
Do you have a close friend or family member who smokes? If the answer is yes, then you may be exposed to secondhand smoke. If you are near someone smoking,...
Jul 29
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Benefits of Quitting Smoking (Hint: It Can Start Within Minutes)
Quitting is hard—especially if you’re trying to kick a smoking habit. Maybe you’ve raised children, juggled a difficult job or tackled life-changing events....
May 26
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Lung Cancer in Nonsmokers: Yes, It’s Possible
If you’ve never taken a puff of a cigarette, you might assume you’re safe from getting lung cancer. It’s true avoiding these cancer-causing products and...
Nov 08
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You’re Cancer-Free! Now What?
From the very start, dealing with cancer can feel like riding a rollercoaster with many twists, turns and ups and downs. So, when the ride finally comes...
Jan 15
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Understanding Common Side Effects of Cancer Treatments
Cancer has a way of making you feel completely unique and completely anonymous at the same time. On one hand, the disease doesn’t need to know your name...
Oct 27
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Chemotherapy: What to Expect for Your First Treatment
We’ve watched friends and loved ones go through it. We’ve seen it referenced in movies and television. We’ve walked, run and worn colors to support it....
Oct 24
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So, Your Doctor Prescribed an Endoscopy
Medicine has come a long way. Depending on what symptoms you exhibit, a doctor may be able to use a narrow, bendy tube with a light and tiny camera on...
May 09
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Treatments Available For Lung Cancer
Lung cancer treatments have progressed and improved over the past years, but as with any type of cancer, early detection is still key to receiving the...
Nov 11
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Lung Screening: What To Expect
Lung cancer is the most common cause of cancer-related deaths and second most common cancer in both men and women in the United States, according to MD...
Sep 11