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Cancer Society reports reveals a susceptibility to lung cancer among Chinese Women

death rates due to cancer vary among Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders (AANHPIs), with Chinese women, in particular, being more susceptible to lung cancer compared to other subgroups.
Patient Daily
added Dec 13, 2018 04:28

[Australia, Philippines] Death rates from cancer will fall in Australasian countries and Russia in 2018

However, a greater proportion of the population will die in Russia from the disease than in any of the other countries, mainly because of the large numbers of men who still smoke.
Medical Xpress (
added Dec 11, 2018 03:56
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[UK] Cancer will probably NEVER be eradicated, say Nobel Prize winners who developed the most promising cancer therapy to date

'No matter how you cut it, we can reduce cancer incidence significantly. We can prevent cancers by stopping smoking, improving diet, more physical activity, better weight control, and HPV vaccines.'
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Dec 7, 2018 19:30

Stand Up To Cancer, American Cancer Society, Genentech And Rally Health Aim to Increase Earlier Cancer Detection Through Annual "Cancer Screen Week" Initiative

Screening in current or former smokers who are 55-74 years old and have at least a 30-pack year smoking history has been shown to reduce mortality from lung cancer.
PR Newswire
added Dec 10, 2018 01:11

Disparities remain on how to tackle lung cancer in Europe, report says

Enhanced prevention measures, especially against tobacco and electronic cigarettes, combined with access to innovative treatments can help tackle rising lung cancer cases in Europe, a new study funded by the industry has found.
added Dec 7, 2018 18:54

Cancer Society reports differences in cancer rates among Asian Americans

Chinese women are particularly susceptible to lung cancer. Their risk factors are unknown being that this group is less likely to smoke than other groups. The report suggests that causes of lung cancer could include secondhand smoke, genetic susceptibili
Patient Daily
added Dec 7, 2018 12:28
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Smoking tied to more aggressive prostate cancer

as well as cancers of the bladder and kidney, smoking could boost the odds that you will develop aggressive prostate cancer that metastasizes, or spreads through your body. That’s according to research published by an Austrian team in 2018.
Harvard Health Publications
added Nov 29, 2018 22:48

Researchers find more recently diagnosed cancer survivors likely to drink, smoke

Recently diagnosed cancer survivors are more likely to drink alcohol, use tobacco, and frequent tanning beds than people in later stages of recovery, according to a research team from the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute and Roswell Park Compreh
added Nov 28, 2018 00:18

[Korea - South] S. Korea counters Philip Morris' info disclosure lawsuit

The Ministry of Food and Drug Safety said it has selected a local law firm to prepare for a legal battle with Philip Morris after filing a statement to the Seoul Administrative Court on Saturday. The ministry and the local unit of global tobacco giant P
Yonhap News Agency (kr)
added Nov 26, 2018 05:17

Four Things Researchers Know — and Some Things They Don’t Know — about E-Cigarettes

4. There are special considerations surrounding e-cigarette use in people with cancer. “When someone has been diagnosed with cancer, there is an urgency for them to quit smoking cigarettes so that it doesn’t interfere with their treatment or negatively af
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
added Dec 11, 2018 22:30
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