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CU Cancer Center backs effort to use app to lower smoking rates in Colorado.
Better outcomes were achieved with combinations of experimental new drugs targeting common and rare tumour mutations.
Annual screening is now recommended for current and former smokers ages 50 to 80, regardless of whether they quit.
“This year, nearly 250,000 Americans will be diagnosed with lung cancer,” begins the White House proclamation by President Biden.
A ban on menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars could save 650,000 lives in 40 years, notably in the Black community.
Researchers say findings are “very concerning,” noting that smoking prevalence is not higher among young women.
Cancer advocates say the bill will ensure more patients, notably people of color, can access biomarker testing and the right treatment.
Delays in follow-up were common after “positive” lung cancer screening CTs, finds a Fred Hutch study.
Report findings suggest many cancers were not being diagnosed in a timely manner during the early part of the pandemic.
Report includes call to action outlining steps Congress must take to maintain momentum.
Researchers looked at eight major cancers in 47 countries.
Tumor-treating fields therapy uses electricity delivered via a wearable device to kill cancer cells.
A new analysis confirms the American Institute for Cancer Research’s tips for lowering the risk of breast, colorectal and lung cancers.
People over 70 have a heightened risk of cancer, yet they are under-represented in clinical trials of new drugs.
Palliative care specialists help patients find relief from pain, stress and treatment side effects.
In nearly 220,000 stores, tobacco companies must post signs “telling the truth about the deadly consequences of cigarette smoking.”
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