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Lung cancer rates down, with a narrowing gender gap

Lung cancer, the leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States, is claiming fewer lives in virtually all categories, a new report says. But the gender divide that has long made women less likely to suffer the disease is narrowing
Los Angeles Times
added Jan 11, 2014 14:22

Rates of new lung cancer cases drop in U.S. men and women

The study also found that lung cancer incidence rates went down 2.6 percent per year among men, from 87 to 78 cases per 100,000 men and 1.1 percent per year among women, from 57 to 54 cases per 100,000 women. The fastest drop was among adults aged 35-44
PR Newswire
added Jan 10, 2014 05:33

Tobacco-related Cancers in New York State

This report contains information on tobacco-related cancers and the use of tobacco in New York. Documentation of the extent of the problem is intended to inform and support efforts being undertaken to address it.
New York State Department of Health
added Jan 10, 2014 05:30
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50th Anniversary Of Surgeon General's Report On Smoking And Health Brings Renewed Focus On Ending Tobacco Related Deaths

Responsible lung cancer screening - such as that offered in screening centers that adhere to Lung Cancer Alliance's National Framework for Excellence in Lung Cancer Screening and Continuum of Care must include cessation counseling for current smokers usin
PR Newswire
added Jan 10, 2014 05:06
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U.S. Lung Cancer Rates Continue to Drop: CDC

Cigarette tax hikes, no-smoking policies contribute to decline, experts say ... Between 2005 and 2009, lung cancer rates went down 2.6 percent each year among men, from 87 to 78 cases per 100,000, and decreased 1.1 percent each year among women, from 57 t
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jan 9, 2014 17:27

Lung cancer rates decline for U.S. men, women - study

percentage of U.S. adults developing lung cancer is falling, with the sharpest declines among those aged 35 to 44, according to U.S. data released on Thursday, fifty years after the surgeon general's first-ever report warning of the dangers of smoking.
added Jan 9, 2014 17:27

Tobacco and health: Where there’s smoke

Ten scientists (all men; half smokers) analysed 7,000 studies ... The report called smoking a habit, not an addiction. But apart from that, it hit the coffin nail on the head.
The Economist
added Jan 9, 2014 16:50
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ARCHIVE: Smoking and Health (1964)

"Smoking and Health: Report of the Advisory Committee to the Surgeon General of the Public Health Service" [Cover] (1964) "Smoking and Health" (Title Page through Table of Contents) (1964)
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
added Jan 9, 2014 16:47

ARCHIVE: DAVE BARRY: Tobacco Seems To Be A Non-ethics Area

If crack dealers were smart, they`d stop shooting at each other and set up a Crack Institute, staffed by trained scientists, to do long-term research. Also they`d purchase some U.S. senators and pay big bucks for newspapers and magazines to run advertisem
Chicago Tribune
added Jan 9, 2014 16:46

Lung Cancer Incidence Trends Among Men and Women -- United States, 2005-2009

lung cancer incidence decreased among men in all age groups except <35 years and decreased among women aged 35-44 years and 54-64 years. Lung cancer incidence decreased more rapidly among men than among women and more rapidly among adults aged 35-44 ye
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
added Jan 9, 2014 16:41
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