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2 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
People are smoking in the lounge located 575 W. Douglas, but it doesn't smell like traditional tobacco – there are hints of watermelon and apple.
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DEAR ANNIE: From a young age, I understood the harmful effects of smoking, because my grandfather died of lung cancer just months before I was born.
And while Nelson doesn't seem to have as much of the radioactive gas that naturally occurs when uranium in the soil and rocks break down, it is worth paying attention to.
BACKGROUND:Long non-coding RNAs are prevalently transcribed in the genome yet their potential roles in human cancers are not well understood.
Commuters in smog-filled Xingtai city, in China's Hebei province. Few residents wear face masks.
I respond to the Saturday letter "Ohio should spend tobacco money to fight smoking" from Dr. Michael Caligiuri, director and CEO of the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center.
For more than a year now you'd have difficulty finding a sector that has performed better on the market than health care.
Sandra Martinez, a 16-year-old Azusa High School cheerleader, has died just two months after being diagnosed with a rare form of lung cancer.
The growth of the respective sector is further filliped by the increasing number of health related issues surfacing on account of changing lifestyle and incessantly evolving surroundings.
For the past 3 months I've been in and out of the hospital with my mother. Her diagnosis, Lung Cancer.
Non-small cell lung cancers are highly heterogeneous at the molecular level and comprise 75% of all lung tumors.
Tobacco smoke has been one of the most notorious substances in the planet today.
Cancer cells undergo extensive genetic alterations as they grow and spread through the body.
Cincinnati Cancer Center and University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute researchers have found in a phase-1 study that patients with advanced melanoma and kidney cancer who were treated with a certain antibody that targets a tumor-enhancing protein was safe, which could lead to more treatment options for patients.
In a joint response to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services National Coverage and Analysis Group, the Lung Cancer Alliance, The Society of Thoracic Surgeons, American College of Radiology and 38 other medical organizations called on CMS to quickly provide national Medicare coverage of low-dose computed tomography screening for patients at ... (more)
"Our randomized clinical program continues to move ahead with six sponsored studies currently enrolling patients in a range of indications.