There may be a new way to detect cancer, and it's through a relatively simple and non-invasive test: the breathalyzer test
Environmental influences can play a role in whether or not you develop cancer, but genetics also has a major role. Scientists have found that one in four smokers who carry a defect in the BRCA2 gene will develop lung cancer at some point in their lifetime.
A new study reveals that lung cancer rates for young women are dropping in many regions of the globe, suggesting that tobacco control is having a large rate of success among the younger population.
A recent study reveals how a simple breath test may potentially identify early-stage lung cancer, according to researchers from the University of Louisville.
A recent study shows that there is a higher mortality rate in Central Southern states that's most likely due to smoking. The Central South-composed of such states as Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee-may hold this title do to excessive smoking habits held by residents, according to lead s...