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Lung Cancer

Smoking
Smoking

Former Smokers Might Want to Eat More Tomatoes

A new study suggests diets high in fresh fruit could help lungs damaged from smoking.
Jesse Hicks
12.26.17
Race
Race

Researchers Are Helping Black Cancer Patients Get Treated Like White Ones

Even among patients of similar socioeconomic status, there's still a huge racial disparity when it comes to cancer treatment.
Shelby Hartman
11.21.17
Smoking
Smoking

Filtered Cigarettes Just Make Smoking Even Deadlier

The combination of the filter and the tiny holes in it may be causing more cancers, a new paper says.
Jesse Hicks
5.23.17
The Future of Cancer
The Future of Cancer

Young, Healthy, and Dying of Lung Cancer

If lung cancer in non-smokers were its own statistical category, it would rank among the top ten deadliest cancers in the US.
Gianna Toboni
4.28.17
The Future of Cancer
The Future of Cancer

This Lung Cancer Breakthrough Brought to You by Late Nights at the Lab

Knowing which cells are at the root of squamous cell lung cancer is a big deal.
Susan Rinkunas
2.2.17
Transformations
Transformations

What It's Like to Have Stage IV Cancer in Your 30s

Several times my oncologist suggested “putting my affairs in order.”
Sara Lindberg
1.6.17
Daily Buzzkill
Daily Buzzkill

Splitting Cigarettes Still Wrecks Your Health

This is a real drag for casual smokers.
Paul Spencer
12.5.16
Asking for a friend
Asking for a friend

Can You Get Cancer from the Occasional Cigarette?

Wondering on behalf of nonsmokers who sometimes smoke but really aren't actual smoker-smokers.
Juno DeMelo
8.17.16