A pulmonologist discusses what lung cancer screening entails and who can benefit from it. Plus the pros and cons of this cancer screening.
You may be surprised to hear that asbestos still lurks in many older homes and offices. Learn more about the risks of asbestos exposure.
Smoking is always bad for you. But here’s why it’s especially bad if you smoke before having surgery.
Here are seven key questions to ask your oncologist after you’ve been diagnosed with cancer.
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Can you still get lung cancer even if you’re a non-smoker? Our expert discusses what you need to know.
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.
Why is lung cancer so deadly? Our expert explains.
It used to be that if you had early-stage lung cancer, but were too ill or frail for surgery, you had few options. Learn how targeted radiation therapy is saving lives.
CT screening for lung cancer is helping doctors catch it earlier. Now a new microcoil technique could allow them to treat those patients sooner, too.
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.