Chemical changes seen in cancer patients are also found in people who vape or smoke.
Your odds of quitting for good will improve if you lean on therapies and others for help.
The e-cig industry would like you to believe their product is a safe alternative to cigarettes. It's not.
Study: The key is early detection. At a high risk? Get screened.
Vietnam veteran Patrick Wilson, a former smoker, underwent surgery for lung cancer—only to learn he had an enlarged aorta, too.
A first-in-the-U.S. biopsy that combined three leading-edge technologies identifies stage 1 lung cancer, which makes all the difference for 81-year-old Mac Brown.
A new study looks at 33 people who developed this rare cancer as a result of possible asbestos exposure in powder.
Cancer survivor Caroline Laney learns firsthand how humans and machines are working together in the operating room.
Marcia Poolman had a sore back. She never suspected lung cancer.
After undergoing da Vinci robotic surgery to remove her lung cancer, Roxanne Nelson is amazed at how quickly she has rebounded.
A delicate procedure provides new hope for a lung cancer patient.
The down side is that vaping is taking off. Those who vape still get nicotine, plus other chemicals.
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