Lung Cancer

Lung screening guidelines improve on study findings

A set of guidelines developed to help standardized lung cancer screening would have generated considerably fewer false-positives than the National Lung Screening Trial produced, according to a new retrospective ...

Feb 09, 2015
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Detecting cancer through breath analysis

Although it is possible to detect diseases by studying a person's breath, this is by no means an easy task. However, scientists in the New Technology Field for Chemical and Optical Systems at Siemens Corporate ...

Feb 04, 2015
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Researchers discover key to lung cancer's spread

In a breakthrough in the understanding of how cancer spreads, researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have identified a substance secreted by lung cancer cells that enables them to metastasize, beginning ...

Feb 04, 2015
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