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COUNTERPOINT: Does the Risk of Electronic Cigarettes Exceed Potential Benefits? No [FREE FULL TEXT]

The appeal of e-cigarettes to tobacco cigarette smokers should be enhanced, through the development of nicotine delivery kinetics that replicate those of the addictive but lethal tobacco cigarettes. Finally, e-cigarettes should be placed at an economic a
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added Oct 21, 2015 11:35
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POINT: Does the Risk of Electronic Cigarettes Exceed Potential Benefits? Yes [FREE FULL TEXT]

There is no evidence that e-cigarettes are safe, and there is some evidence that they may in fact be harmful, both through introducing new young users to nicotine addiction and through direct effects upon the lung. It took decades for the medical communi
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added Oct 21, 2015 11:32
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Rebuttal From Dr Middlekauff [FREE FULL TEXT]

Rather than demanding an all-out ban on e-cigarettes reminiscent of the ill-fated prohibition of alcohol, we should actively support regulation. For example, opportunities to respond to the FDA’s requests for comments on its proposal to deem e-cigarettes
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added Oct 21, 2015 11:31
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[Asia] Prevention and management of lung cancer in China [FREE FULL TEXT]

a comprehensive, multidisciplinary process is needed among departments of respiratory diseases, thoracic surgery, medical imaging, pathology, etc, to follow individuals who have abnormal LDCT results. After a step-by-step expansion, most patients with lu
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added Sep 3, 2015 11:32
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[Asia, China] Increased lung cancer mortality rates in the Chinese population from 1973-1975 to 2004-2005: An adverse health effect from exposure to smoking [FREE FULL TEXT]

Comprehensive mandatory tobacco-control policies, together with strong and specific public health education and publicity campaigns against the tobacco epidemic, should be implemented in China.
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added Sep 3, 2015 11:29
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[Asia, China] Differences in driver genes between smoking-related and non–smoking-related lung cancer in the Chinese population

Overall, smoking-related lung cancer is more complicated than non–smoking-related lung cancer. Furthermore, we review the prevalence of driver genes in smoking-associated and non–smoking-associated lung cancers in the Chinese population
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added Sep 3, 2015 11:26
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[Asia] EDITORIAL: Lung cancer in China: The new frontier? [FREE FULL TEXT]

It is critical to leverage all of these strengths into effective public health policy, research, education, and health care delivery to address the lung cancer issue in China. A problem of this magnitude deserves nothing less.
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added Sep 3, 2015 11:01
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[Asia] EDITORIAL: Early detection of lung cancer in China: The immediate imperative [FREE FULL TEXT]

Although prevention is key, data from the United States have demonstrated that it took several decades for a decrease in the smoking rate to translate into a decline in the incidence of lung cancer. Therefore, the diagnosis of early-stage lung cancer has
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added Sep 3, 2015 10:57
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[Asia] EDITORIAL: An overview of Cancer's special issue on lung cancer in China [FREE FULL TEXT]

Suddenly, China, Taiwan, Korea, and Japan became an epicenter not only of the major cause of cancer-related death, but increasingly of the development of new drugs targeting lung cancers in particular. As such, we at Cancer resolved to examine the state o
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added Sep 3, 2015 10:55
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[Asia] TOC: Special Issue: Lung Cancer in China

China has increasingly borne more and more of the burden of the lung cancer epidemic, with lung cancer mortality rates increasing significantly between 1990 and 2010. This Special Issue of Cancer was undertaken to examine the state of the art in lung canc
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added Sep 3, 2015 10:50
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