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Lung Cancer Screening Guidelines Are Changing—And They Could Be Life Saving

: With a wider definition of who is considered high risk for lung cancer, the disease could be caught at an earlier stage--and lead to an increase in su...

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Does A Lobectomy Affect Your Breathing?

: For some lung cancer patients, removing part of the lung is necessary to get rid of a tumor and improve chances of a cure. Here's what to kn...

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Overcoming The Stigma Of Lung Cancer

: Lung cancer patients don’t always get the same support and sympathy shown to other cancer patients — but they still face similar struggles...

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Lung Cancer 101

: Thoracic surgeon Andrew Popoff shares everything to know about lung cancer, including why it's important for those at risk to get annual screenings.&n...

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Ready To Quit Tobacco? How To Get Started

: Quitting is never is easy but always worth it. Whether you smoke or chew tobacco, here are tips on getting started and sticking with a plan to quit.

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When Should I Get My Cancer Screenings? A Guide by Age

: When should you be screened for certain cancers? A medical oncologist outlines the latest standard recommendations for cancer screenings for people wi...

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Should I Get A Lung Cancer Screening?

: A lung cancer screening recommended for those at high risk is helping to detect cancer at its earlier stages and increasing survival rates.

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Up in Smoke: The Truth About Cigarette Alternatives

: It’s no secret smoking is bad for your health. It increases the risk of heart attack, stroke and cancer (lung and otherwise) — and it's th...

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Thirdhand Smoke: More Danger When You Light Up

: You've heard of secondhand smoke, but did you know that thirdhand smoke has been found to be a real health threat too? Learn what it is and how to avo...

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