If you’re one of those people who smoke just a few cigarettes a week, a new study shows that you’re not escaping the health risks of tobacco.
Minimally invasive thoracic surgery is often less painful and offers a shorter recovery time for early-stage lung cancer patients. Is it a good option for you?
Immunotherapy, alone or in combination with other treatments, can help your body fight harder against advanced lung cancer. For some people, it gets results when other treatments have failed.
If you have early-stage lung cancer but your body can’t handle the stress of surgery, there’s now a safe alternative that many people don’t know about. Learn more.
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Most lung nodules are benign. However, it’s important to follow screening guidelines to ensure that a malignant nodule is detected and treated in its early stages. Here’s what you should know.
When it comes to keeping our lungs healthy, America has a knowledge gap, according to a Cleveland Clinic and Parade magazine survey. Discover what we know — and don’t know — about lung cancer, asthma, indoor air pollution and smoking.
You may be surprised to hear that asbestos still lurks in many older homes and offices. Learn more about the risks of asbestos exposure.
You can’t see radon. And you can’t smell or taste it. But it may be a problem in your home. Find out how to test for this naturally occurring gas that is the second leading cause of lung cancer. If you smoke or have ever smoked, it’s even more important to test.
Have you ever wondered why, in 2015, lung cancer is still such a deadly disease? You might not realize how common or deadly lung cancer is.
The uncomfortable reality is this: No one knows how long any one person will live, and patients don’t have expiration dates that answer this question.