New research published in the journal Nature found that between 70 and 90 percent of cancer cases are linked to avoidable lifestyle choices.
Researchers at Yale University have discovered that a rare genetic mutation is allowing lung cancer patients to survive longer.
Many cancer survivors don't always have the best diet after treatment, according to a recent survey.
New findings published in the journal EBioMedicine reveal that smokers with chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD) are at an increased risk of developing lung cancer when compared to counterparts unaffected by the disease.
Air pollution can cause all sorts of problems for health. Now, though, scientists have studied the risk of acute leukemia in children living close to heavily used roads
Researchers have taken a closer look at what might be happening to us on a molecular level when we breathe smoggy air.
A new gene therapy for cystic fibrosis could be huge in terms of improving lung function.
Scientists have worked together to try to measure the global burden of cancer, and estimate there were 14.9 million new cases of cancer, 8.2 million deaths and 196.3 million years of a healthy life lost in 2013.
A recent study published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention examined how statin use could improve lung cancer outcomes.
There may be a new test for lung cancer. Scientists have developed a breathalyzer test that senses volatile organic compounds that are biomarkers found exclusively in the exhaled breath of some people with lung cancer.
Researchers at the University of Leicester and Leicester's Hospital in the United Kingdom are working on a non-invasive form for testing lung cancer that involves a breath test.
Despite health warnings and campaigns to prevent this health issue, some U.S. states have not picked up on the message. However, risk isn't always just about preventative measures; sometimes, it's also about certain genetic factors, too.